How the human shape fits into geometric space
I aim to represent humanity framed in the geometric world we live in: arches, lines, curves, squares...
I find a kind of a visual perfection in the world we live in: wherever we look at we find pure geometric shapes.
Obviously they're easier to spot in the urban space and what I specifically like, is analysing how the human figure fits and sometimes merges into it.
It presents shapes that contain and somehow protect the human body as a cocoon.
Aesthetically it works very well too: geometry results more enhanced by the human presence, and the latter emerges stark.
I am fascinated by geometric shapes and patterns, this just attracts my eye and wakes up the OCD freak in me. And then I must just get it on camera!