Linda Bujoli presents a body of work, which propels us from photography, to sculpture and sound, via a unique collaboration with internationally renowned electro duo, Air (Nicolas Godin and Jean-Benoît Dunckel).

While artists having received a more formal training in the fine arts, often acquire an understanding of bodily gravity and learn to reproduce the play of light and shadow on human figures, by studying anatomy and life drawing, the author of Land Me took a less conventional route, gaining a sense of light, volume and movement, first as a model, then as a photographer.

In the spirit of the ‘rayographs’ of another former fashion and portrait photographer, the Dadaist painter and multimedium artist Man Ray, who pushed the limits of photography, also considering light to be his chief medium, Linda Bujoli’s silver-based works, featuring streamlined female nude bodies, sculpt light itself and beckon the onlooker to embark on an inner odyssey, totally open to personal interpretation.

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LAND ME - SILVER PRINT PHOTOGRAPHS - 2012

31.5x31.5 inches ( 80x80 cm)
49.2x49.2 inches ( 125x125 cm)
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