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Deceptive dreams and apprehensions

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Dmitry Zakunov

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2021

Print on paper

Edition of 10

Dimensions: 100cm (H) x 75cm (W) / 39.4" (H) x 29.5" (W)

Note: Actual colours may vary due to photography & computer settings.

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"Deceptive dreams and apprehensions"

Current artwork belongs to one of my longest and significant series "Psychopathology of everyday life". The series was planned at the end of 2020 as an attempt to research and visualize positive and destructive psychological processes with the method of chronophotography. I aimed to build specific art space where my models reflects particular physical and mental states. This piece named "Deceptive dreams and apprehensions" points out to the edge between subconsciousness and reality, showing that bizarre and frightening dreams are not always designed to hurt.

This artwork belongs to the series of limited edition prints by the number of 10 on art-paper.
Each print is dated, numbered and signed by author on the backside.
It's unframed and will be shipped rolled in an enforced plastic tube.

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Born: 1986

Hometown: Nizhny Novgorod

Based in: Nizhny Novgorod

Dmitry Zakunov is a contemporary photographer who works in the style of “chronophotography” which implements an artistic method of frame-by-frame observation of an object, creating an artistic space where a time interval is shown in a single frame. In his authentic artworks, the inevitable deformation of the model's image takes place along with deconstruction where realism is getting lost, and new forms appear and convey the state of sleep, hallucinations, deformation and recreation of reality according to new patterns. Dmitry was born in 1986 and studied photography at the University of New Mexico, USA, where he was highly inspired by the artworks of Joel Peter Witkin and Patrick Nagatani, who studied and worked at UNM. Dmitry also takes his inspiration from the art by Havi Bow, Alexey Titarenko, Jan Schwankmeier, Paul Schneggenburger, Peter Greenaway, Alejandro Jodorowsky, and David Lynch.


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