About the Book
We four photographers, known as "Illuminata", have individually produced bodies of work that each, in its own way, explores an aspect of change or transformation. The images reflect the transitory nature of things and experience. Often, as this realization hits us there is a melancholy awareness of the transience and a gentle sadness at the passing of our experiences, our things, and our lives. The Japanese use the term "mono no aware" to describe this awareness and melancholy.
Features & Details
- Category Fine Art Photography
Standard Landscape, 10×8 in, 25×20 cm
- Publish Date Apr 03, 2008
- Tags alternative photo processes, Polaroid transfers, SLR digital, plastic camera, black and white, Grand Tetons, Roxanne Worthington, Charlotte Kay, Adrienne Defendi, Kay Taneyhill, Holga, landscapes, abstracts, texture, people, allegory, hand-colored, mechanical, psychological, interior, impressionistic, dream-like, autumn, Yellowstone, signs, nostalgia