What is a family if not a miniature of the universe, upon its large bodies attracting the little ones, with worlds created out of black holes and particles that either summon or reject each other according to electric charge?
The observation of evolving coordinates' systems, moving chaotically in daily routine, is a prerogative of the housewife.
Inspecting the family upon the entropy that governs it, the supposedly clear boundary of banality begins to melt, and each moment captured by the camera records the mutual distancing of the galaxies about to come.
The natural light in long zoom is the best witness of whatever is going on. Only the viewer's honesty might assist to guard the purity of the experiment.
Not Afraid - new series made by Angelika Sher, talks about fear of separation from the children, which is not necessarily a physical separation. The first series that was partly photographed in Lithuania. The photographs reflect a rainbow of strong colors, most of which were taken as mass scenes full of detail. Realism mixed up with classical portrait, Baroque movement with a touch of surrealism. Filling the space as a concept, and fleeing the fear of emptiness. The idea dictates a large dimension of the work – this is not any longer a voyeurism in the room but rather a precise scrutinizing of the details.
Each series begins where its predecessor had stopped and it molds and designs the general conception that units all works into one big masterpiece.
All the photographs were made using Hasselblad digital camera, Medium format.