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Dirty containers and old walls contain a world of their own that can be epic in scale. Small as it is, it is usually hidden from our view, but it is there if you look close enough. When you do, some motifs immediately catch your eye as you recognize a familiar concept. But more often less distinguished and seemingly less attractive surfaces, with their complex forms and patterns, produce the most striking images. It’s just a matter of removing the context and replacing it with a new one. This way, partial shots of rusty doors and garbage containers, old walls and cracked tiles, even dirty tires, suddenly become abstractions.

Blaž Kutin, July 2013


About the Author

Blaž Kutin
bk1970 Berlin, Germany

Blaž Kutin is a filmmaker and photographer. Born in Ljubljana, Slovenia, he is currently based in Berlin, Germany. He graduated in ethnology and sociology, but soon started working as a film writer/director. He directed several shorts and received a Media New Talent award at the Cannes Film Festival for his screenplay “Lara” (2006). His first feature film “We’ve Never been to Venice” (2008) screened at numerous film festivals around the world. In 2012 he started exploring abstract photography.

Publish Date  August 15, 2013

Dimensions  Standard Landscape  166 pgs Premium Paper, lustre finish

Category  Fine Art Photography

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