The Opposite of Still Life

The opposite of still life does not only imply movement captured in the photograph. It describes the process as well. The meticulous placement of the objects and lights is juxtaposed against the camera movement and the search for the motive yielding pattern abstract enough. This movement again embeds blur in the photographs revealing the absence of the focus. The focus is on another project, a technical test or an experiment allowing these photographs to remain a by-product or Sloterdijk's Mit (With) of the objects depicted.

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