Johann Ryno De Wet, Underland (2009)
“My methodology for creating images starts with writing down the events of the dream as soon as I’ve woken up. Sometimes I’ll make sketches to help me remember particular visual details of the dream. I use this information to look for subject matter in my environment that has elements matching those of the environment of the dream. I then use digital manipulation to combine different visual elements to create the environments and the atmosphere I experienced in the dream. This is an important part, as it is where I transform my vision into a tangible medium. The meaning of a dream is the most important part, as it forms the backbone of the project. I therefore focus on using dreams that have a lasting effect on me, or is meaningful to me in some way. To me life is an existential journey and dreams can play an important part in learning how to deal with the complexities of living and can help to see things from a different perspective. The materializing of my dreams into images is a process which helps me understand myself and life better.” - Artist’s Statement
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Photography is the silent language I use to speak about my secret world, about the trees, the leaves, the sun, about the rainy evenings, about flowers, grass and sky, about quiet fragments of afternoon cities.
My pictures are simple moments stolen to the time, instants about vulnerability, beauty, fragility and mutability of the world we live in.
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Caminar y comer
Reír y llorar
Amar y desear
Hot dog and ketchup on the sidewalk
Axwell - Center Of The Universe
I’m Losing Him…
Midnight Trail Chasing Adventures
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