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Of light and perception - Whoosnap

Of light and perception

Of light and perception

 

 

 

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Lights and colors, shades and smoke, light spheres and surreal landscapes.

‘Dusk’ by David Ogle, photographed by Andrew Brooks, 2015

“Loomings” is an ongoing project by Davide Ogle produced by Mark Devereux Projects that captures the theatricality given by the light together with the remote english landscapes.

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‘Singularity’ by David Ogle, photographed by Andrew Brooks, 2015

From shores to caves, forest to mountain dunes, Andrew Brook has been able to document nature and the movement of smoke, laser beams, light spheres and sunlight flowing through the surreal scenes of Ogle’s installations. Every photo explores notions of materiality, permanence and perception of objects in space.

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‘Galaxy’ by David Ogle, photographed by Andrew Brooks, 2015

The title “Loomings” recalls the first chapter of Herman Melville’s classic Moby Dick, where Ishmael had the feeling of being “pulled towards the wilderness and wanting to leave behind the constraints and domesticity of the city”.

‘Smog’ by David Ogle, photographed by Andrew Brooks, 2015

Ogle says that the majority of his works starts with a drawing, and just then transposed in a space. One of his past works in which this transposition can be seen is his brilliant light installation below Waterloo train station in London.

‘Of The Whale’ by David Ogle, photographed by Andrew Brooks, 2015

You can see more of David Ogle’s work on his official website and on Mark Devereux Projects‘ one. Discover also Andrew Brooks‘ shots and photographic projects.

All images are property of © Andrew Brooks and David Ogle