Four corners of existence
(2019 - 2020)
We live in a world in which nothing ever really stops moving and we rarely stop too. New spaces, people and inventions become dull and boring and we stop noticing them. After we see the sunset a thousand times it rarely inspires us. However, what happens if we capture simple and ordinary people and spaces and we twist the image around? The result is newfound symmetry, abstraction and grids.
Once dull, boring picture now becomes interesting and memorable again. These photographs show the world that we see every day but from a new perspective. They are simultaneously chaotic and calm, they prove that even the simple and ordinary frames hold the potential to become something special and extraordinary.
The final nine images are a combination of digital and analog techniques. Images that were taken with digital equipment were printed on tracing paper and physically moved one over another in order to get a perfect symmetry. This way, photography as a media, was pushed a step further.