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I believe that, although photography is always somehow based on reality, every photograph is only partly objective, and is always an interpretati… Read More
I believe that, although photography is always somehow based on reality, every photograph is only partly objective, and is always an interpretation of that reality. By adding non photographic techniques to the photographed object - like painting, manipulation or image "treatment" by computer – one can approach abstraction. My intention is to free photography from its traditional “obligation": that is, the "closest interpretation" of visible reality. I am interested in the dissolution of the object - but without totally losing the perception of the original - and in promoting color and shape as a means of expression in its own right. Just as if Kandinsky had used photography. Read Less
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The Path to Abstraction
Photographing the road
I believe that, although photography is always somehow based onreality, every photograph is only partly objective, and is always aninterpretation of that reality.
 
By adding non photographic techniques to thephotographed object - like painting, manipulation or image"treatment" by computer – one can approach abstraction.
My intention is to freephotography from its traditional “obligation": that is, the "closestinterpretation" of visible reality. I am interested in the dissolution ofthe object - but without totally losing the perception of the original - and inpromoting color and shape as a means of expression in its own right. Just as ifKandinsky had used photography.