Photographing the convex surfaces of the Cycladic architecture.
My photography is inspired by the organic curves of the Cycladic architecture and the striking geometric shapes found in modern art, particularly Cubism and Avant Garde movements. I aim to establish a visual dialogue between these seemingly disparate styles and create a unique aesthetic that is both timeless and contemporary.
Through my lens, I capture the fluid lines and abstract forms of Cycladic architecture, often juxtaposing them with geometric shapes and angles to create a sense of tension and balance. I am fascinated by the interplay of light and shadow on these organic forms, and I strive to convey their textures and nuances in my photographs.
At the same time, I draw inspiration from the bold and unconventional compositions of modern art. I experiment with the use of negative space, fragmentation, and abstraction to create a sense of depth and complexity in my images. By blurring the boundaries between different artistic genres, I aim to create a photography style that is both innovative and rooted in tradition.
Overall, my photography of Cycladic curves seeks to establish a visual dialogue between different artistic styles, highlighting the beauty and complexity of these unique forms. Whether viewed as standalone pieces or as part of a larger collection, my photographs offer a fresh perspective on the intersections between architecture, art, and photography.