Regular readers may remember the beautiful clothing made from rays of light that Alternative Fruit reported a few days ago. The theme is catching, it seems, as another recent project from the Netherlands has shown us another way of using this ethereal and evanescent medium. Light as decoration has been used for a long time however using long exposure photography and moving lights is something artists of today are really beginning to experiment with.
The celebrated Mexican calligraphy and graffiti artist Said Dokins has teamed up with photography marvel Leonardo Luna to produce a stunning collection of images aptly named Heliographies of Memory. The phantasmagoric exposures depict lighting scripted into ornate passages and lines which float above attractive city architecture.
Each shot was taken during 2017 in various places of cultural interest and show an immortalisation of photons and flow within the momentary realm of a photograph. Have a look at a selection of their work.
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