Saturday, December 24, 2016

Asymptote Utilizes Imagery and Sound to Blur Lines of Reality and Memory #celebratephotography

from Asymptote Utilizes Imagery and Sound to Blur Lines of Reality and Memory #celebratephotography
by Stephanie

Interesting project from Evelyn Bencicova, Adam Csoka Keller and Arielle Esther via Creative Boom:

The featured models in the series pose in coherent geometrical compositions, a symbol of the regime itself. “People create a pattern,” says Evelyn. They become part of the overall composition: the architecture and the society. Each person is stripped of their own individuality to become a unified form, creating an absurd platform where every difference is an anomaly.”

The sound of Asymptote fuses digital and analogue processing, extracted from authentic archives from the radio. Evelyn continues: “The acoustic manipulation shifts the collected material into abstract forms, which experiment with the viewer’s perception and invites the audience into this the partially absurd game. Spartakiada, a national tradition with its roots in 1955, included colossal gymnastic performances that used choreography to unify people into large patterns and structures.

Read more, see more from Adam Csoka Keller on vimeo and see more from Evelyn Bencicova, Adam Csoka Keller and Arielle Esther.


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