Stasis & Flux
This series of photographs explores the concepts of motion and light by taking inspiration from Einstein’s Theory of Special Relativity, the theory that introduced the idea that the reality of the world is perceived through multiple frames of references. The concept of speed and light are also demonstrated through the trails of lights in order to further accentuate the concept of difference in measurements when an object is in motion.
Through the combination of moving and static elements in the same frame, these photographs alter the perception of the landscape in order to represent the concept of multiple realities based on your frame of reference.
Dimensions: 10" x 15" x 3/4"
Medium: Digital Print + Custom Acrylic and Wood Frame
Made in Rebeca Méndez's "Shooting the Land" Class, Fall 2013