dimanche 15 novembre 2009

# Michael Wesely's (very) long exposure photographs

Since yesterday, I was convinced I did post an article of Michael Wesely's work, however, after searching it in the huge mess boiteaoutils represents from now on, I did not find any; therefore here is one...

Michael Wesely uses pinholes cameras to record the light during periods of time of several years. He thus represents the city's evolution during this same period of time, particularly evocative when it is the reconstruction of the Potzdamer Platz (which used to be a no-man's land due to the wall) in Berlin or the MOMA renovation by Yoshio Taniguchi.
Architecture is appearing on those pictures like ghost that can only be recorded by the photographic film. Two or three years of time is being imprisoned into those pieces of paper proving that photography is not about static...




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