Beautiful microscopic captures by William Mark.
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Hard(ly) lit and brutally composed photographs by Adam Kremer:
“Wide open spaces, lines, light (natural or otherwise) or lack of light, the marriage of man with nature and wandering for hours in search of images. I like to set out by bus with a camera and film to search for new locations and images. I make notes of every possible image I see along my travels in hope of revisiting every point. I find myself being very inspired by unfamiliar details and spaces that I encounter while searching areas and situations that are outside of my everyday life.”
Lush and wonderfully fresh visual work by Mowgli Omari:
“My name relates to the role of Mowgli in the Jungle Book by Rudyard Kipling. In my opinion Mowgli underlines the fact that we are all a part of Nature, something we often forget. Nowadays we understand Nature as something our culture, as well as ourselves, have defeated and overcome. It’s exactly this point I’m trying to address in my work. Mowglis story is about becoming an adult and leaving out childhood behind. I’m in a similar position in my life. Becoming an adult never really interested me. Omari on the other hand, means something like “God the highest”. On the one side it relates to my Catholic upbringing and on the other it accentuates the dissonance of mathematical symboles and practices, which I often apply to my name and work.”