In photography we can never deny that the object has existed.
Discipline, asceticism, intrigue – probably the most important principles during the realization of the art photography project titled “Vibrating Silence”.
The situations – arranged or noticed somewhere around us – are balancing between staged and documentary photography. Detail and light – very simple, perhaps even primitive – determine the final tone of the works at the same time.
I would like these works to engage in a dialogue with realism and also in the eternal photographic dispute – whether it reflects or distorts our reality – especially in case of digital photography. When it comes to simply capturing the object, both digital and analogue photography stay true to reality. If so, is taking a digital picture really the first step to misrepresenting the facts?