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Red Fire Consumes Black Space


Red Fire Consumes Black Space Artwork

Dzmitry Rusak


New Media, Manipulated on Paper

Size: 59.1 W x 35.4 H x 0.1 D in

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Once I took a picture of a night fire. Then I decided to process it on a computer and got carried away with work and got such a picture. I found it interesting. I'm sure this picture is for a high-tech interior.

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New Media:Manipulated on Paper

Original:One-of-a-kind Artwork

Size:59.1 W x 35.4 H x 0.1 D in

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I am from Belarus, sorry for my english. :) I have been photographing since the last century, when there were film cameras. It was real alchemy. :) But, once, in 2007, I bought a cheap digital compact camera and my vision turned upside down and I began to feel something, I realized that interesting shots overwhelm our world and to see them, you just need to take your time and a little whiskey, a little :). I really love abstraction in shadows and reflections, it is like jazz, beautiful and not repeatable, and the search for a plot is like an archaeological excavation. You walk, look, search and suddenly ... you find and take pictures and you feel a child's delight! :) This is great! In 2009 I purchased a digital full-format camera and one of my artworks "Russia" (available in my profile) was shortlisted for the Sony World Photography Awards in Cannes. I was the first photographer from the country to enter this photo festival. It was a delight! I was happy! :) It's a paradox, but next year, I again entered the shortlist of this festival, but this time in London. I was happy again! Beauty has no criterion, it is subjective. This is not a sport where whoever is faster / stronger is the first, here is something different. It is impossible to calculate the algorithm of a masterpiece, but if the artist is lucky, he will be popular and rich, if he is not lucky, talent will not save. Life is a lottery. :) I sincerely wish the artists good luck, and the buyers - not to be stingy and understand that the artist is risking his life, as he walks in an unknown direction and his social package in old age may be empty. Thank you PS. TV channel STV made a report about me.

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