Gelatin silver print.
20 x 15 cm.
Edition of 5 plus 2 artist's proofs.
Accompanied by a certificate of authenticity.
Martin Guinard-Terrin - In-house Curator
"In 2013, Feldmeyer was exhibited at the Photographers’ Gallery, Britain’s largest gallery devoted entirely to photography. "
This work is part of Evigheden, a series of seven black and white silver gelatin digital prints. They are part of an ongoing exploration of space, light and abstraction by artist Nicolas K Feldmeyer. Hard edges and crystalline structures give rise to complex and ambiguous spatial relationships in these abstract yet atmospheric images. The title of the series was inspired by H.C. Andersen's "The Snow Queen". In this tale a little boy is given the overwhelming task to construct the word Evigheden (Danish for eternity) out of ice fragments.
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