In times when photographers aspire to classical forms and painters search for ever more abstract and progressive compositions; these two artistic disciplines have never produced such dichotomously-opposed work.
In the series “Light”, I explore the constant, yet hidden dialogue between Photography and Painting. This dialogue facilitates the exchange of philosophies, ideologies and techniques amongst many other facets of aesthetic and conceptual practice.
Underpinning the series is the premise that these two parallel fields are both based on only one identical principle: Light.
Through re-creation, I shift the focus of those old masters from the religious and allegorical to the semiotic and pragmatic one. A pure reflection to our society today and a perfect juxtaposition of the two disciplines.