Overview participating exhibitions

Sense of Space
2001

Sense of Space

David Williams

STILLNESS AND OCCURRENCE

David Williams initially devoted himself to documentary photography, but slowly his photography has become increasingly abstract. The series STILLNESS AND OCCURRENCE comprises dreamy seascapes. Making use of a view camera and long exposure times in combination with soft and vague time exposures, he creates images in which the sea and sky merge into one another imperceptibly, and time and space seem imprisoned. The inspiration for the series arises from Williams's interest in Eastern philosophy. "The sea has long been a spiritual symbol in photography. Within this tradition I have added the human presence, caught up in the ebb and flow."

  • STILLNESS AND OCCURRENCE

    David Williams initially devoted himself to documentary photography, but slowly his photography has become increasingly abstract. The series STILLNESS AND OCCURRENCE comprises dreamy seascapes. Making use of a view camera and long exposure times in combination with soft and vague time exposures, he creates images in which the sea and sky merge into one another imperceptibly, and time and space seem imprisoned. The inspiration for the series arises from Williams's interest in Eastern philosophy. "The sea has long been a spiritual symbol in photography. Within this tradition I have added the human presence, caught up in the ebb and flow."

  • STILLNESS AND OCCURRENCE

  • STILLNESS AND OCCURRENCE

  • STILLNESS AND OCCURRENCE

  • STILLNESS AND OCCURRENCE

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