My work is called “The Inland Empire”, which refers to David Lynch’s movie. This statement is a visualization in a surrealistic vein of my experience.
As a well-known understanding, certain emotions can only be experienced by getting through certain kind of events, and even the tiniest difference in each event can lead the shifting of the feelings that we had. Not to mention, how each person perceived the world also surely have major significant to shift how human feels.
A visual essay on adaptation and acceptance in relocation/immigration and migration. Here I am blending two disparate landscapes where I recently resided.
In this project Tatyana Kolbatova makes an attempt to come to terms with the loss of a loved one after years. «In this project, I combined photos from the family archive of my husband's expeditions to Antarctica with pictures I took in Iceland, many years later, to show the state of déjà vu, which I experienced.»
This series is the attempt to understand the functioning of sensations. To explorate the space of emotions and the interaction between the forms of the image and the viewer. Nasos Karabelas is a fine art photographer and film director based in Thessaloniki, Greece.
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