FACES OF WATER
Water links all beings. Our need for it and our attraction to it connects us all on a primal level.
Water completely ignores visible light.
Everything we see is visible light waves reflected off
an object to our eyes.
Light passes through water as if it isn't there.
Water is invisible to our eyes.
Invisible matter to our eyes looks like what we "think"
water looks like: Clear.
Water takes the form of the vessel that contains it.
The only time water shows its pure form is when it is Moving. Currents moving in the ocean are like winds moving in the air. They have forms, which are invisible to our eyes.
Faces of Water exposes those forms by visually capturing the movement in Water.
Moses Hacmon’s Faces of Water is part art, part science, part spiritual awakening. It is a breathtaking, haunting collection of photographic images of water that transforms and advances our understanding of this life-giving substance, exposes a layer of reality previously hidden from sight.
Each photograph depicts a small universe with beautiful,
unique life forms dancing within it. Figures and shapes appear, evoking a feeling of familiarity and a subconscious sense of belonging to a hidden world.
Moses Hacmon is a collaborative artist, photographer and architect who strives to bring forth the ethereal and evocative in all mediums of his work. Constructing artistic relationships with his surroundings, Moses has turned his life into his artwork. His life's main interest is the constant creation of physical objects that represent the spirit of the present time and space. He has been trained as a sculptor in Israel and as an architect in Los Angeles (Southern California Institute of Architecture, AIA honors award recipient, 2006).