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Dovilė Dagienė. HERE THEN, TEN NOW

Analog photo cycles are based on the fact that sunlight reaches the Earth's surface in about 8 minutes. In each double-exposure print, there is an eight-minute gap between the captured sunlight. Most of the photographs in this series were created using a photosensitive material - silver gelatin paper. The photographs in the series are single (non-negative) prints obtained using various large format cameras, optics and direct sunlight. The creative pursuits of the artistic research Here then, there now began with the desire to discover and express a unique way of expressing time and temporality in photography, by exploring the visual connections of memory, time and place through various experiments, trying to unfold such a concept of the photographic image that is in contact with the problems of modern society.

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The book publishes unique 4×5'in and 8×10'in silver gelatin prints and their series created in 2018-2019. Athens (Italy), Lizard Point (Great Britain), Pernu and Saaremaa Island (Estonia), Nida (Lithuania).
Part of the works of this series belongs to the collection of works of art of the Lithuanian National Museum of Fine Arts.
Author

aravind d

Designer/Artist

kumarsss s

Isbn

978-9955-438-84-7

Dimensions

27,5 x 27,5 x 1,2

Language

Lithuanian language. / English language.

Publisher

Lithuanian Photoartists' Union Photography Foundation

Year

2021

Cover

Cool

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