Monday, August 12, 2013

Kelsi Frost submits Asier Gogortza


Asier Gogortza is a photographer that uses old WWII bunkers throughout the European countryside to create photographic pinhole installations. Bunkers were originally built to look out onto the field to observe if anything were happening. Asier turns the outside of the bunker in to the viewer. By using the pinhole to make a camera obscura, he turns the entire bunker into a photograph.

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