There will be light
In our work we are interested in series, repetition, mass, variation and difference. The amount and the deviations in that entity affirms the concept and message contained within each photographic series. We are also compelled to stretch the limits of interpretation and we pay a lot of attention to exhausting all feasible possibilities held within the set concept framework.
As our collaboration progresses we find that determination, resilience and patience are keywords both in sustaining our practice and in communicating, bearing that in mind we believe the key to progress and artistic development lies in a continuous dialogue and flow of work in other words – Just do it!
This is our last guest post, it has been our great pleasure to share a few thoughts and images with you. A huge thank you to Der Greif for inviting us to show our work and of course for choosing to publish one of our images in issue #6. Lastly we sign out with one of our favorite quotes by André Breton;
“The imaginary is what tends to become real.”