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THE MAKING OF TEHOM, BY ANGELO MUSCO

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Published on Apr 23, 2010

The Making of TEHOM

Two years ago Angelo Musco started production on Tehom. I documented one of numerous photo shoots that took place in a private pool on a penthouse rooftop in Tribeca. It was a beautiful day and the small cast of models was upbeat and very creative that afternoon. After months of shooting,
Angelo would continue work for two years creating an underwater world with an architecture of tens of thousands of nude human bodies. As he explains in the video, Tehom comes from a Hebrew word in Genesis signifying the great deep of the primordial waters of creation.
The final piece will stretch 48 feet long and 12 feet high with some figures reaching nearly life size. As I edited the action from above the water and cut it with the photos Angelo was taking below the surface I attempted to evoke the feeling of Tehom, the deep, as seen in the details from the final work toward the end of the video.
Tehom exhibits at the Carrie Secrist gallery in Chicago, opening May 1 and running through July 10, 2010.
http://angelomusco.com/ http://www.secristgallery.com/

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