A Closer Look at the Ordinary (II)
Ever since I started photography, a few years ago, I have followed one simple principle: “It is not about what you see but how you see it”.
When I started clicking and capturing real life around me, all the art books I had read during my childhood made sense: From Cubism and Abstract Art to Russian Avant Garde and Constructivism... Each single image had determined the way I looked at things around me when I was put against the challenge to create.
Looking at the world around me with a new eye made me question myself about contexts, aesthetics, and my ability to redefine what I thought I already knew. The is how I found it interesting to explore the thin line between the ugly and the beautiful, the ordinary and the less ordinary, between chaos and order, reality and art.