Benedek Regős

Untitled (Photocopy of a Model) / © Benedek Regős

Untitled (Photocopy of a Model) / © Benedek Regős

Untitled (Photocopy of a Model) / © Benedek Regős

Untitled (Photocopy of a Model) / © Benedek Regős

Untitled (Photocopy of a Model) / © Benedek Regős

Untitled (Photocopy of a Model) / © Benedek Regős

Untitled (Photocopy of a Model) / © Benedek Regős

Untitled (Photocopy of a Model) / © Benedek Regős

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    Untitled (Photocopy of a Model) / © Benedek Regős

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    Untitled (Photocopy of a Model) / © Benedek Regős


Untitled (Photocopy of a Model)


2015
fénymásolat
photocopy
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With the perspective and depth of field, the representation of spatial effects is a fundamental feature of photography. Nonetheless, the xerox, although operating on an optical basis, is mainly designed for the rapid reproduction of flat surfaces. For this reason, its operation is quite different. Here the object is not depicted from a central perspective and it works with very small depth of field. Yet, I used it for photographing a space.

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