And time passes by
The fine art print of 'And time passes by' by Marianne Lind is a limited image. The limited edition consists of 100 releases, with 35 images remaining, printed on-demand on 100% cotton premium paper Photo Rag® Ultra Smooth by Hahnemühle. The image is signed on reverso with a certificate of authenticity.
"This photography is photographed in a glass vase. The blinds are drawn down so that only a little light filters in. The little floating things are the little light coming in through the holes for the blind cords." - Marianne Lind
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Don't miss the interview "A surreal trip in the magical world of glass" - In this interview we get to know Marianne Lind, her journey and her amazing photographs.
Read the interview at SPART.works
The photography of Marianne Lind gives the impression of abstract paintings. Her motives are complex interpretations of light and color, or shards in a kaleidoscope, as Marianne herself would express it.
Light is an electromagnetic radiation that is created when electrons are accelerating. White light exists within all the colours in the rainbow with different wavelengths. The sun as the source of radiation creates a continuous spectrum. When a flash of light hits a prism it will change its direction. The various colors refract differently and create a fantastic spectra of colours.
In this fascinating borderland of refracting phenomena Marianne have caught the poetic power of light where the details that are difficult to see with the naked eye appear all the more distinctly through the eye of the camera.
By using the ever changing quality of light, the structure of the glass medium and the surroundings, Marianne have been able to create a series of unique photographs of light refractions in glass. Her pictures are a personal interpretation of a fugacious reality.