One of the things art does so wonderfully is to make the viewer think differently. When you break down norms, or delight someone with a suprise they begin to think differently, and I love art that does this. This is the case with "Blackfield" by Zadok Ben David.
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It starts out with 12,000 intricately cut black metal pieces nestled in a bed of sand. When the viewer walks to another perspective they are presented with a sea of color. This instillation can be interpreted in many ways but ultimately the contrast between the black and color paired with the size of this instillation make it truly extraordinary.