Monday, December 11, 2017

REB reviews Daniel Kukla

Daniel Kukla series The Edge Effect documents a unique confluence of terrains, he hiked a large mirror and a painter’s easel into the wild and he photographed contrasting elements within the environment. In the beginning of this series he lived in a cabin for a month in California’s Joshua Tree National Park and while he staying there he spent time visiting the borderlands of the park and the areas where the low Sonoran Desert meets the high Mojave Desert. While hiking and driving he caught glimpses of border spaces created by distinct ecosystems in juxtaposition which in science is referred as the Edge Effect. So, by using a single plane, this series of photographs unites the play of temporal phenomena, contrasts of color, texture and natural collaboration of the environment.

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