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Cheryle St. Onge – ‘Natural Findings’

The series ‘Natural Findings‘ by Cheryle St. Onge “explore the curiosity and awe of our early grasp of nature; a paper wasp nest that appears dropped from Mars, the frog egg masse that on close inspect, possible through a photograph, becomes a gelatinous scoop of stars, a constellation of black dots, soon to be tadpoles. The photographs become both the shared means of a longer examination and the conduit of our own private recollection of nature.”

Cheryle St. Onge photography, series Natural Findings

Cheryle St. Onge – Natural Findings

 

Françoise et Daniel Cartier – ‘Someday’

Françoise et Daniel Cartier – series of photograms ‘Someday

“Combining an archaic photographic technique with objects that are part and parcel of contemporary life and modern consumer society, Swiss artistic duo put them in a rose-pink color of varying degrees of transparency, each boasting an aura of its own. While present in the traces, indeed almost tangible marks, they leave on the paper, they are at the same time absent, slowly fading away in the manner of an afterimage behind closed eyelids.” Martin Gasser Curator / Swiss Foundation for Photography, 2003

Françoise et Daniel Cartier, photograms,  Someday

Françoise et Daniel Cartier – Someday

 

Charles Petillon – ‘Invasions’

In his series ‘Invasions‘ French photographer Charles Pétillon uses balloons to materialize his ideas of unseen, unsaid, missed, forgotten in a poetic way. He builds in situ installations made of white balloons in places all around the world ranging from Calais and Dover beaches to the streets of Shanghai or to the black slopes of Mount Etna in Sicily. He creates a unique relationship between the ephemeral aspect of the installation and the photograph, which is the only testimony of something that does not exist anymore.
 
Charles Petillon, photography series Invasions

Charles Petillon – Invasions

 

Aydin Büyüktas – ‘Flatlands’

Have you ever asked yourselves “what it might look like if a black hole started bending time and space on Earth?” Well, Turkish photographer Aydin Büyüktas, inspired by Edwin Abbat’s book “Flatland: A Romance of Many Dimensions”, the use of drone and with the help of a digital manipulation, suggested his own creative reply in a series of photographs. The idea of the project is to convert the way humans are used to see the world and presenting it a multidimensional perspective, he hopes to help people to imagine their ordinary surroundings differently.
 
Aydin Büyüktas - Flatlands

Aydin Büyüktas – Flatlands