This series of ammunition cross-sections was photographed inside a WWII bunker in Switzerland in October of 2012. The entire series consists of 900 specimens. I was originally intrigued by the ambiguous nature of the subject matter. The cross-sections reveal a hidden complexity and beauty of form, which stands in vast contrast to the destructive purpose of the object. It is a representation of the evil and the beautiful, a reflection of the human condition.
— Sabine Pearlman
Polish artist Tadeusz Kantor claimed that if an item is not capable of fulfilling its main function in reality—then it regains its message (and meaning) in the world of art. These inventive assemblage photographs give fresh form to the old idea of "ready-mades."
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These 13 varied projects demonstrate some of the range that photography has to offer—from artful depictions of reality to the further bounds of dreams and fantasy. They were the "most viewed" on LensCulture in 2014. Enjoy!