“In a work of art, “form” cannot be divorced from “content”: the distribution of color and lines, light and shade, volumes and planes, however delightful as a visual spectacle, must also be understood as carrying a more-than-visual meaning.” Erwin Panofsky.
The purpose of my work is to intensify the relationship between “form” and “content”. In my opinion, photography should not be a mere visual representation of reality, but it should also be enhanced with conceptual meaning. It must be a combination of two worlds; the world of the senses and the world of reason.
I understand photography as a language in which a message is involved. This message is designed to reach the spectator’s mind as a photo-idea that sparks a semantic explosion.
My photographs represent a personal vision of reality; through a critique, an irony or a simple expression of a sentiment. It is a photography that holds a dialogue and interacts poetically with the spectator, creating images with a wide range of possible interpretations. It is an open, shifting, gestating photography, with an expanding meaning that ceaselessly multiplies itself like rippling wavelets in a pond.