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‘In Clouds we are’ I presents a number of scenes portraying Selene, goddess of the moon in an post-apocalyptic setting. This setting is a probabl… Read More
‘In Clouds we are’ I presents a number of scenes portraying Selene, goddess of the moon in an post-apocalyptic setting. This setting is a probable future projected in the now. The goddess represents the physical connection between the past and it's future. Whithin her she beholds a paradox of eternal and mortal life. Each of the 7 scenes is named after a specific phase of the moon, where the last scene is called new moon. Read Less
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DAAN NOPPEN
‘In Clouds we are’ I presents a number of scenes portraying Selene, goddess of the moon in an post-apocalyptic setting. This setting is a probable future projected in the now. The goddess represents the physical connection between the past and it's future. Whithin her she beholds a paradox of eternal and mortal life.
Each of the 7 scenes is named after a specific phase of the moon, where the last scene is called new moon.

In my work linear worlds collapse with non-linear worlds creating quantum thoughts about our realities and their probabilities. Projecting past, present and future in the now as one image I project a parallel reality that we normally cannot see with the naked eye.

Recently awarded with 2 honorable mentions fot the International Photography Awards 2008
Clouds we are, Waning Crescent (2007) 
160cmx90cm Lambda on dibond behind perspex
Clouds we are, Last Quarter Moon (2007) 
160cmx90cm Lambda on dibond behind perspex
Clouds we are, Waning Gibbous (2007)
160cmx90cm Lambda on dibond behind perspex
Clouds we are, Waxing Gibbous (2007) 
160cmx90cm Lambda on dibond behind perspex
Clouds we are, First Quarter Moon (2007) 
160cmx90cm Lambda on dibond behind perspex
Clouds we are, Waxing Crescent (2007) 
160cmx90cm Lambda on dibond behind perspex
Clouds we are, New Moon (2007) 
160cmx90cm Lambda on dibond behind perspex
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