About the Ebook
This book is a photographic exploration of the convergence of color through serendipity, proximity, and perspective within a moment of time.
We each see glimpses of our synchrony in every day of our lives, but most of us pay no attention. These incidences are disregarded since they are often subtle, easily ignored, or socially conditioned out of us. Occasionally, these glimpses of synchrony are recognized but are instead classified as a coincidence, exceptional circumstance or a "miracle." All of these justifications create the externalization of our potential, allocating it to happenstance of outside forces or random luck. With this project, I intended to amplify the effects of placing one's attention on a certain group of circumstantial convergences by demonstrating the ubiquity of their occurrence through rule-restricted photographs. I placed my attention on the natural synchronous convergence of colors and this monograph is the result.
Features & Details
- Category Fine Art Photography
- Version Fixed-layout ebook, 80 pgs
- Publish Date Sep 24, 2012
- Last Edit Nov 27, 2016
- Language English
- Tags art-science, photography, street, photography, synchronous, convergence, synchrony, color, Aaron, Fahrmann, theoretical, universal, action, attention, nature, sync, theory, science, art, innovative, art, theoretical, art