Stockholm is a city on the water. The core of the city is along the harbour, and various bridges go this way and that taking city goers from one island to the next. If walking is not the ideal solution, there are always the little harbour shuttle boats scattered along the docks that can take you this way and that. Continue Reading →
Sacha Federowsky is a dreamer, typical French I guess… He sees things in memories and distal artifacts that capture you in a moment of peace. This is evident in his Les Fleurs Sont D’Excellentes Auditrices series where he explores the idea of transplanted flowers.
What seems to be a very effective way of displaying images, Sacha uses the 50/50 approach to his images, typically two different images, that both leave the viewer understanding, and then reaching for the edge of reason. This is a beautiful thing and it takes a lot of personal introspective glances to be able to understand and portray that which Sacha seems to do effortlessly.
His bio talks of his obsession with the series, any series: creating a series of photographs. One observes this by browsing his webpage and seeing how he organizes it. Whenever I browse an artists work as such, I always feel like they approach life with a certain tenderness that not many other people can understand, as it’s raw, until it’s displayed as a project.
I like this, I think it all makes sense.