Impermanence | By Seung-Hwan Oh

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Seuge creates these amazing photographs by letting fungus seek into the photographic film before putting it into the camera,by doing that the microorgisms slowly devour the film and the results are seen on the images – abstract surreal and saturated -effect in certain parts of the image .

” In a world saturated with idealized images that are easily produced and dispersed, Seung-Hwan Oh brutalizes and mistreats his images in order to make them sick, revealing not just the physicality of the photograph itself but the life of the artwork. He states: “I use this technique to share an idea that all the matter including all the life forms collapse in this spatial-temporal dimension we belong to.”

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http://www.ignant.de/2014/09/30/impermanence-by-seung-hwan-oh/

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