The new project of photographer Stanislav Aristov is dedicated to hand language. What is it – the author ponders: an image folded by hand? Drawings on the wall of eternity, sealed with light in darkness? Or dumb language, understandable to everyone? He told us about the main idea of the project and the emotional component in a special interview.
– How long have you been working on the project?
– Hard to say. The idea was born back in 2008. The first public works appeared in the fall of 2009. Since then, the project lives in the skin of Schrödinger’s cat – it seems he is, but he seems not to be. Periodically, I remember about him and try to shoot something else, but most of it goes into the trash. Continue reading
Photography for Andrey is a passion that takes up all his time, free from main activity. That’s why he loves landscape and still life, because these genres give him the opportunity to take a break from work: he talks to the world, and the world talks to him.
Please tell us how you discovered the world of photography and how long ago did you start photographing?
I began photographing as a child, displaying black and white films myself and printing photos in a dark room. Of course, at that time I was taking pictures of my family and friends for a home album. And he consciously came into the photo in 2005, having bought for himself the first DSLR camera, the Canon 300D. Continue reading
Double exposure as one of the ways to create a multi-valued frame, resembling either a dream or a mixture of realities, has always attracted photographers. Intentional vagueness, allegorical and even mysticism are the characteristic features of such works. We represent 15 authors working in this genre.
Another French photographer, Jean Baudrillard, said: “If there is no such ambiguity, this tremor, if the action is completely mechanistic, if the system is unmistakably focused, then we will be on the verge of insanity. Continue reading