Threshold Study II

by Zoé T. Vizcaíno

The landscape does not represent the real physical space, but rather the liquid surface that reflects it. I use the reflection in order to create a third representation where both posibilities converge.

Despite its complex appearance, each image is
invariably the result of one single shot; there is no subsequent editing.

In THRESHOLD STUDY II, the intervention is no longer coincidental. A stone violently burst onto the scene and causes the accident: the implosion – an act of breaking inwards-. The quietude and stillness are interrupted and a hole serves to threaten that idyllic landscape. The violent contact between the stone and the water, brings a new forefront to the image that accentuates the sense of depth and profundity and hence three-dimensionality while at the same time breaking the possibility of being so, because it proves the liquid quality of the visible reality.
Tags conceptual, landscape, subversive , research, series, large format
Technique Photography


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