19 Jun

I’ve always been a person of extremes, and when it comes to my sense of what impacts me as an artist, I am equally fascinated by both realism and surrealism. To me, fantasy and reality are equally important parts of our humanity. In my world the ordinary is extraordinary, the wordly is ethereal, and I find myself most drawn to artists who exemplify that cohesive duality in their work. With that being said, Elias Wessel is the truth. His photgraphs could double as stills from a dream and that’s what I like about them. They stroke my imagination and play with my perception of that boundary that seperates the tangible and intangible aspects of our wordly experiences.


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