Thu, 01/18/2018 – 20:09
The refractions of light through glass acted as an inspiration for Suzanne Saroff, a photographer from Montana who is now based in New York City. With half-filled tumblers and other translucent objects placed in front of and around her subjects in this series of still-life photographs, the bent rays flipped and reversed that which was behind. The effect is stunning: The continuity of a line is traced through the distortions and colorful shadows, but Saroff’s new perspective breaths life into each photograph.
See more from designers, stylists, and photographers reinventing the form in our book The Still Life.
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