Auguries of Innocence
To see a world in a grain of sand / And heaven in a wildflower
Hold infinity in the palm of your hand / And eternity in an hour.

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This artwork is part of the "Reversed" series.

We have been taught about opposites or contrasts. A contrast creates the world we perceive. White needs to join black in order to be called light. White cannot be named without the understanding of the black. When I see red I know that my brain will automatically project on my retina a certain green so that we speak about the complementary contrast. ​ We use this premise as a fundamental base for understanding. When we name something as “negative” we keep in mind the meaning of “positive”. But I cannot stop wondering what really represents at a deeper level a “based on contrast” thinking or analysing? In photography the meaning of negative and positive remains outside of any scale of evaluation. Negative is just another way of perceiving beauty.


London Reversed #19

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