How can one even describe a color like red? To us today, the color red is more than just a color. It is ubiquitous especially in urban surroundings. It is on billboards, incorporated in brands, flags, traffic lights, on alert signs, it is even on women’s lips around the world.
A series on various historic and prominent figures and how would they see the world if they were photographers.
How would he tell stories from behind a lens? Author, film director and the inventor of the “techno-thriller” genre would surely put a mystery mood in the focal point if we would assume that he would pursue a similar approach in photography as in his novels.
Playing with shadows in photography opens a world of transformative visual energy. By using shadows a scene can be altered in unlimited ways producing new visual qualities that gives the viewer a personal imaginative experience within the photograph.
Our society is changing at such a rapid pace like never before in human history. Technological advances have changed our lives in almost all areas, it has not only changed the way we view the world and how we interact with our world but is also changing our values and aesthetics along with it.
The question here is : will the emerging art forms and visual aesthetics evolve as a natural evolutionary process? Or will new aesthetics values be born out of a world that has changed so rapidly that the evolutionary process in visual arts is turned on its head?