Competition Gallery

 

Vilma Pimenoff

Untitled 1, from the series Dark Collection

Course: MA Photography, London College of Communication

The Dark Collection plays with the idea that an ordinary object can look like something completely different depending on the angle, lighting and the viewer’s psychological predisposition. The work explores the process of visual perception- what happens between seeing an object and understanding what we see. This series is a ‘Wunderkammer’–a collection of strange objects that somehow look as if they are alive, bringing us back to that unsettling childhood sensation of waiting to fall asleep at night with the shadows growing faces in the dark.

www.vilmapimenoff.com


Untitled 2, from the series Dark Collection

Course: MA Photography, London College of Communication

The Dark Collection plays with the idea that an ordinary object can look like something completely different depending on the angle, lighting and the viewer’s psychological predisposition. The work explores the process of visual perception- what happens between seeing an object and understanding what we see. This series is a ‘Wunderkammer’–a collection of strange objects that somehow look as if they are alive, bringing us back to that unsettling childhood sensation of waiting to fall asleep at night with the shadows growing faces in the dark.

www.vilmapimenoff.com


Untitled 3, from the series Dark Collection

Course: MA Photography, London College of Communication

The Dark Collection plays with the idea that an ordinary object can look like something completely different depending on the angle, lighting and the viewer’s psychological predisposition. The work explores the process of visual perception- what happens between seeing an object and understanding what we see. This series is a ‘Wunderkammer’–a collection of strange objects that somehow look as if they are alive, bringing us back to that unsettling childhood sensation of waiting to fall asleep at night with the shadows growing faces in the dark.

www.vilmapimenoff.com


Untitled 4, from the series Dark Collection

Course: MA Photography, London College of Communication

The Dark Collection plays with the idea that an ordinary object can look like something completely different depending on the angle, lighting and the viewer’s psychological predisposition. The work explores the process of visual perception- what happens between seeing an object and understanding what we see. This series is a ‘Wunderkammer’–a collection of strange objects that somehow look as if they are alive, bringing us back to that unsettling childhood sensation of waiting to fall asleep at night with the shadows growing faces in the dark.

www.vilmapimenoff.com


Untitled 5, from the series Dark Collection

Course: MA Photography, London College of Communication

The Dark Collection plays with the idea that an ordinary object can look like something completely different depending on the angle, lighting and the viewer’s psychological predisposition. The work explores the process of visual perception- what happens between seeing an object and understanding what we see. This series is a ‘Wunderkammer’–a collection of strange objects that somehow look as if they are alive, bringing us back to that unsettling childhood sensation of waiting to fall asleep at night with the shadows growing faces in the dark.

www.vilmapimenoff.com


Untitled 6, from the series Dark Collection

Course: MA Photography, London College of Communication

The Dark Collection plays with the idea that an ordinary object can look like something completely different depending on the angle, lighting and the viewer’s psychological predisposition. The work explores the process of visual perception- what happens between seeing an object and understanding what we see. This series is a ‘Wunderkammer’–a collection of strange objects that somehow look as if they are alive, bringing us back to that unsettling childhood sensation of waiting to fall asleep at night with the shadows growing faces in the dark.

www.vilmapimenoff.com


Untitled 7, from the series Dark Collection

Course: MA Photography, London College of Communication

The Dark Collection plays with the idea that an ordinary object can look like something completely different depending on the angle, lighting and the viewer’s psychological predisposition. The work explores the process of visual perception- what happens between seeing an object and understanding what we see. This series is a ‘Wunderkammer’–a collection of strange objects that somehow look as if they are alive, bringing us back to that unsettling childhood sensation of waiting to fall asleep at night with the shadows growing faces in the dark.

www.vilmapimenoff.com


Untitled 8, from the series Dark Collection

Course: MA Photography, London College of Communication

The Dark Collection plays with the idea that an ordinary object can look like something completely different depending on the angle, lighting and the viewer’s psychological predisposition. The work explores the process of visual perception- what happens between seeing an object and understanding what we see. This series is a ‘Wunderkammer’–a collection of strange objects that somehow look as if they are alive, bringing us back to that unsettling childhood sensation of waiting to fall asleep at night with the shadows growing faces in the dark.

www.vilmapimenoff.com


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