Sunday, July 21, 2013
Rachel Covarrubia submits Udo Beck 3
Udo Beck states that he views pinhole photography as a inhuman way of viewing the world, a different way of seeing it. He accomplishes this through use of multiple pinholes and different angles, coming together to form one image. Through blending and overlapping, each image almost seems like a journey, or even a story of a journey. One enjoys the use of the angles, none of which seeming to appear on solid ground, giving a sense of dizziness throughout the image. The imagery, often that of repetition, adds to the idea of another inhuman view of the world. Relating the imagery to that of a fly or some other creature in the world. Giving a sense of wonder to the viewer of perhaps what other creature in the world may view it like this.