From the series "And there was no sky"By Evgeniya Strygina
Giclée Print, Giclee print on fine art paper 310 gsm
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From the series: And there was no sky
Gicleé print (Fine Art Paper) / 310 gsm
AND THERE WAS NO SKY - The line that has separated from the eternity is no longer there. The step behind the horizon has been taken. The final hurdle has been overcome. In the irreal space beyond what is possible lies the naked reality, without any speculations or distortions, where the world has been decomposed into primeval elements and is devoid of any geographic characteristics whatsoever. Such notions as "sky", "water" and "sand" have made way for elements of sacral geometry of "patterns", "shadows" and "spots".
Will our eyes be able to take in the entire breadth of the void rushing in, which, being a deeply personal notion, is only visible to the inner sight? Are we capable of touching this incorporeal matter and committing to memory this ephemeral projection that only last for a few seconds?
Selected works from this series were on display at the final exhibition of the Russian Union of Art Photographers’ festival "Russia’s Young Photographers 2017" and Festival of Visual, Sound and Performing Arts «Timeless Fragments", Palazzo Granafei-Nervegna, Italy, Brindisi
Based in: London
Evgeniya Strygina (b. 1989) is a London-based contemporary artist who specialises in landscape and architecture photography as she captures urban and natural environments to highlight both their relation to and their autonomy from human beings.
Following her early essays in film and digital photography as a teenager, Evgeniya took a real …
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