About the Book
This body of work is a progression in the exploration of multiple exposure photography in which variation in time, motion, and perspective combine to create a feeling of light, air and space. The use of various visual principles such as enhanced colors, multiplication of shape and form, and universal dynamicism derived from the artistic movement Futurism, convey more accurately the human experience of vision and perspective.
"Art is invention, but also remembering. It is never in a real artist's interest to ''abolish'' the past, which is impossible anyway." (Huges)
Features & Details
- Category Arts & Photography
Large Square, 12×12 in, 30×30 cm
- Publish Date Sep 05, 2010
- Tags Multiple exposures, modern art movements, Erin Sparler, alternative process photography, fine art photography, double exposure photography, dynamic art, neo-futurism, futurism, rayonism, dynamicism