Amulet 3

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UploadedSeptember 18, 2019
TakenSeptember 10, 2019
MakeCanon
ModelCanon EOS 5D Mark IV
Exposure1/200 sec at f/2.8
FlashNo Flash
Focal Length100 mm
ISO160
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Serie: Amulet.
Autor: Van der Kritz.
Year: 2019.

Amulet

“If emptiness was imagined, everything is imaginable”

We get inspired by fragmented and fractured universes, the American Baroque cornucopia, the tense but unified agony of shapes and the fading of people and things deprived of their aura and strength. But we also draw inspiration from the loss of reference and meaning: a distinctive trait of the conditions which generated the miscegenation resulting from the conquest of the New World.

We seek to think ourselves in a pluridimensional way, outside the linear conception of history, conceiving weird and deformed beings which combine very diverse fragments through make-up and the craze for body transformation. Facing a chaotic and sensitive environment infused with the plutonic drive of the original fire that breaks and unites, we create amulets against the scourges of the modernizing system imposed by instrumental reason in Latin America out of all the witnesses and artifacts of our bitter history.

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