I like to observe nature closely, especially that taken out of wider context and rich in detail appears to be ambiguous and abstract. I’m interested in the structure that escapes patterns. Only then the largest interference occurs between me and the subject. I do not feel such void as standing in front of a colorful panorama that everyone sees. I prefer to stay on something unnoticed. Then I feel that nature is inclined toward each other, and is closer to the implosion than an explosion.
I’ve made this photograph in late winter strolling down the banks of the Raba river.
I hate frames – photographs presented in frames as integral part of it. However, while looking for a best way to display my works in this virtual exhibition, I thought myself that frames are no so bad idea to catch visitor attention. Actually I mean here – the background. It makes impression of being real objects. Some context may be enhanced in that way as well. Finally, I can relate my work to the design, which has always been important to me.
This is one of my very first short cycles made some years ago – High Tension.