Beyond Photographic Vision – Spirit Is Unseen & Self Cannot Be Found

 

By Stephan Pisko

Beyond Photographic Vision – Spirit Is Unseen & Self Cannot Be Found

Through a creative blending the celestial is visually effused via reflexive identity the camera records this transformation within a static flow then through technology we can experience the similitude of ‘quick silver’ a fluid stillness. Physical life is the exploration of this transparency a preparation for our inevitable unfolding through the trace our mechanical mediums’ can help us witness a facsimile but we will never visualize obscurity until our energy unfolds through it. We must be devoid of senses and emotions before we can fathom changeless change this is just not possible within the current physical existing activity that we are placed under change molts imperfection but with the changeless nothing is eliminated (or) gained the photograph is a ‘tangible imperfection’ through an ‘insubstantial perfection’. What we photograph is changeless but is still changing so the photograph is a ‘turning point’ for time and space similar to a fork in the road the photograph contains time but time with no sequel and is spatiotemporal both space + time but a time departed on it’s own and a space without a changing reality so in essence the photograph remains changeless but at the ‘traversing of time’ that same scene has changed in both time and space.

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