Culture. Eat it
12 April 2017
Photography in absence (of gravity): the work of Ravshaniya
Living in weightlessness, floating gracefully in space. Impossible in real life, unless you’re embark on a space mission, possible for art. Possible to Ravshaniya, Uzbek artist of the surreal.
Her photographs take you into a world of levity. Looking at them you feel lighter too. You would like to swim in the air as her bodies do, breaking the rules of gravity.
It’s nice when art manages you to get away, even just for a few minutes, from reality.
Although to be honest, all Ravshaniya’s photos are real. Nothing is recreated on the computer, only support and equipment that have allowed people and objects to levitate in space were masked.
Pure art of absence that gives rise to wonder.
Because the absence is not only a lack, sometimes you need to subtract to be free, to focus, to understand.
Take a moment to watch Ravshaniya’s images, you will not regret.
Images via: www.ravshaniya.com
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