short visual stories

Vanessa Marsh – “Everywhere All at Once”

Vanessa Marsh‘s series ‘Everywhere All at Once

“Sometimes there is a hazy, almost tropical light that falls over the Bay Area. The moisture in the air falls on the landscape and makes it appear as a series of two-dimensional planes intricately layered together. When I see this light, I imagine these individual planes of landscape each moving freely along independent trajectories. In my imagination, the landscape becomes one of dislocated landmarks, geography and infrastructure, constantly changing. Within the series Everywhere All at Once I bring to form these imagined landscapes and combine them with intensely starlit skies, highlighting both a personal as well as a collective experience of the world. My goal is to make images that are familiar and dreamlike, evocative of an almost unreachable memory.

Looking out over the landscape the night sky provides a reminder of the smallness of our existence and also the vast possibilities inherent to our experience. It provides a connection between distant individuals, a jumping off point for belief systems, and an interstellar reference that helps us to navigate our world. For me, more than anything, the night sky provides a sense of space and infinity that is at once the essence of openness and possibility and also terrifyingly complex and unfathomable.”

Vanessa Marsh, photography, starry skies, Everywhere All at Once

Vanessa Marsh – Everywhere All at Once

Ellie Davies – “Between the Trees”

Ellie Davies‘s series ‘Between the Trees‘ in searching the answer ‘What is a forest?’

“A forest is a meeting place between those who enter it and something unnameable and attendant… Something intangible and within touching distance. Neither silent nor audible… The mist fills the gaps to draw us into the spaces between.”

Ellie Davies photography series Between the Trees

Ellie Davies – Between the Trees

Laurent Chéhère – “Flying Houses”

Laurent Chéhère series ‘Flying Houses‘ is inspired by a poetic vision of old Paris, mainly by its poor and cosmopolitan neighborhoods. The author isolates these buildings of their urban context and releases them from the anonymity of the street to tell the life, the dreams and the hopes of these inhabitants.He gives some keys, but these flying houses remain open to the interpretation, it’s finally the observer who will make his own way.

Laurent Chéhère, Flying Houses, photography, photomontage

Laurent Chéhère – Flying Houses