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    Berndnaut Smilde Creater Clouds


    Berndnaut Smilde Creater Clouds


    Dutch artist Berndnaut Smilde is interested in the ephemeral -- impermanent states of being which he documents through photographs. For Nimbus II, he used a smoke machine, combined with moisture and dramatic lighting to create a hovering indoor cloud in the empty setting of a sixteenth-century chapel in Hoorn, a small town in Holland. [I imagined walking into a museum hall with just empty walls. The place even looked deserted. On the one hand I wanted to create an ominous situation. You could see the cloud as a sign of misfortune. You could also read it as an element out of the Dutch landscape paintings in a physical form in a classical museum hall.]


    Berndnaut Smilde Creater Clouds


    Berndnaut Smilde Creater Clouds


    Berndnaut Smilde Creater Clouds


    Berndnaut Smilde Creater Clouds


    Berndnaut Smilde Creater Clouds


    Berndnaut Smilde Creater Clouds


    Berndnaut Smilde Creater Clouds


    Berndnaut Smilde Creater Clouds


    Berndnaut Smilde Creater Clouds


    Berndnaut Smilde Creater Clouds


    Berndnaut Smilde Creater Clouds


    Berndnaut Smilde Creater Clouds


    Berndnaut Smilde Creater Clouds


    Berndnaut Smilde Creater Clouds


    Berndnaut Smilde Creater Clouds





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Berndnaut Smilde Creater Clouds


Berndnaut Smilde Creater Clouds


Dutch artist Berndnaut Smilde is interested in the ephemeral -- impermanent states of being which he documents through photographs. For Nimbus II, he used a smoke machine, combined with moisture and dramatic lighting to create a hovering indoor cloud in the empty setting of a sixteenth-century chapel in Hoorn, a small town in Holland. [I imagined walking into a museum hall with just empty walls. The place even looked deserted. On the one hand I wanted to create an ominous situation. You could see the cloud as a sign of misfortune. You could also read it as an element out of the Dutch landscape paintings in a physical form in a classical museum hall.]


Berndnaut Smilde Creater Clouds


Berndnaut Smilde Creater Clouds


Berndnaut Smilde Creater Clouds


Berndnaut Smilde Creater Clouds


Berndnaut Smilde Creater Clouds


Berndnaut Smilde Creater Clouds


Berndnaut Smilde Creater Clouds


Berndnaut Smilde Creater Clouds


Berndnaut Smilde Creater Clouds


Berndnaut Smilde Creater Clouds


Berndnaut Smilde Creater Clouds


Berndnaut Smilde Creater Clouds


Berndnaut Smilde Creater Clouds


Berndnaut Smilde Creater Clouds


Berndnaut Smilde Creater Clouds





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