This show is mostly about being show the genuine nature within ourselves, also to the whole world around us in right here now. In a few methods, the photographs have become quick - I get into a meditative state, and photograph my shadow resistant to the ground. But's taken my life time is present enough to make these photos, therefore the series explores themes like awareness and shadow, nature and matter, self and identity.
When I photograph the photos, we strive to bring every little thing in stability. And often using shaped compositions, my shadow while the ground have to be balanced without one dominating one other. The back ground has to pulse with power, like Van Gogh's Starry Night. I don't carefully arrange things on a lawn, I just align myself to my surroundings, to ensure that things make with key places, like the shadow's back or chakras. My shadow dances aided by the surface until they merge collectively, as they are transformed. Personally I think like my body consists of dry leaves, or Im the Green Man. My surroundings, in turn, tend to be animated by my shadow, arriving at life since the essential body organs associated with the simple human body. This union is like forever, but At long last need move on, and this Here now features past.
These pictures in addition include a union of sunshine and shadow, representing spirit and matter, awareness and unconsciousness, the self and what is beyond using self. I'm interested in the slim boundary area in the middle, in which light and dark combine. Unlike in traditional silhouette portraits, the boundaries of the self aren't monochrome - they can be blurred whenever we feel at one with everything.
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