My obsession of documentation has became a major influence in my artistic practice. Each work represents a little piece of me that has been archived, otherwise may be forgotten through time. Works can contain fragments of memories, moments within time, or internal struggles that may still be on-going or have passed through life. In order to fully express the complexity of the subject matter, I juxtapose elements within reality in a surrealistic manner. In this way, I create a photographic image that captures the both visual and emotional factor of the subject matter. The works are presented to the viewers in hope of evoking their own life’s details and find beauty in the little details that make up who they are.
Henke Schreieck - Kufstein university building, Kufstein 2001. A unique double facade of operable full height terrace-like wood doors behind a glazed skin with operable vent panels provides optimal thermal performance while allowing classrooms to feel open to the exterior. Depending on the time of day, the glazing either reflects the surroundings or accentuates the inner timber structure. Photos (C) Margherita Spiluttini.
Skene Catling de la Peña - The dairy house, Somerset 2008. The extension to a former dairy uses locally dried timber stacked on laminated sheets of glass. The restructuring of the facade maintains the solidity of the historic building from the exterior while providing luminosity with refracted daylight on the interior. Via, photos (C) James Morris.
Anatoly Zenkov is an art director, designer and interactive programmer from Moscow, Russia. He creates this ephemeral spaces by manipulating landscapes images and the effect is beautiful andastonishing.