Fractured, flipped, warped and stretched, food and plants act as props in ‘Perspective’ — an ongoing series by NYC-based photographer and art director, Suzanne Saroff.
Using water-filled vessels in a variety of shapes and sizes, Suzanne’s photographs are intriguing in their distortion of reality. Through cylinders and glass, the physical props are fragmented, appearing almost as if they have been glitched digitally. Suzanne uses refraction, bold colors and directional light to achieve such results. The alternating of size, shape and position of these water-filled vessels provide endless compositions. ‘Perspective’ is a playful examination of the everyday, challenging the singular identity of the commonplace objects to showcase a multitude of visual expressions.
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