lunedì 12 novembre 2012

“Metamorphosis”, endless body transformations




Holder of a diploma in 2D and 3D Computer Graphics, Jonathan Ducruix works as art photographer with the pseudonym of Edward. He doesn’t perceive photography as an end but rather as a source, a potential for creation. He’s always been attracted to the world of fashion and design, something we can detect from his work which has a certain refined style and touch. Photography becomes a means of expression much more efficient than words and acts like a mask that Edward uses to let his emotions show through.
In this Photos we can see some works of Metamorphosis. It's a concept about the unlimited transformations of human body. Just like a chameleon, it’s fitting, just like a virus, it’s mutating, just like a personality, it’s changing. Something new is about to birth, a metamorphosis, an organic complexity. The author says about him: “I’ve always been very receptive to Arts in general. I was able to try myself out at different forms of arts, but photography was the one that spoke the most to me.
 A snapshot is like a frozen sample of people’s existence and of their emotions, and that is fascinating to me. Once it’s there, still, it’s easier to analyze.”

(Source: me-and-edward.com)

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