donderdag 14 oktober 2010

Petros Efstathiadis




Petros Efstathiadis

A delicate balance between reality and artifice, event and non-event, chance and performance, index and digital forgery, which is pursued through staging and digital manipulation, the photographic verisimilitude that equally informs overtly staged photographic imagery and “near documentary” moves between a sliding scale of reality and plausibility. Contradicting or complementing each other, the works presented here reflect in terms of their commonalities as much as their differences the aesthetic and conceptual shifts and turns, the dominant traditions and departures that contributed to the formulation of this new position on photography’s realist potential.
source:
Realities and Plausibilities (div.artists)


 
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