|Rebecca Herman and Mark Shoffner
Hunting Blinds, 2007
Black & White Gallery, Brooklyn
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Hunting Blinds, 2007 are a pair of 12-foot tall sculptures designed to scale the concrete walls of the outdoor gallery space at the Black & White Gallery, Brooklyn. Hunting Blinds was inspired by the vernacular architecture used by hunters, but here it allowed for discreet observation of visitors in the Village Green Pillory. The imposing blinds use a leaf pattern to mimic the forest. Transposed to an urban setting, the camouflage announces a possible threat.