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Kristin Hoell

Drowning I

Course: MA Photography, University of Brighton

The sea is a peculiar space – concrete yet abstract, it opens up a fertile space for the human imaginary. Its surface, though seemingly mapped scientifically, technologically and economically, ultimately escapes knowledge and control in its everchanging nature and with its unpredictable powers. My photographic series Drowning in a Sea of Infinite Meaning looks at the sea's capricious, uncontrollable and sweeping surface appearances and human encounters with it. On the verge of abstraction the photographs establish a fragmented poetic space for the imagination that hints at the indefinite nature of the seas and our incapability to fathom it in its entirety.

www.kristinhoell.com


Drowning II

Course: MA Photography, University of Brighton

The sea is a peculiar space – concrete yet abstract, it opens up a fertile space for the human imaginary. Its surface, though seemingly mapped scientifically, technologically and economically, ultimately escapes knowledge and control in its everchanging nature and with its unpredictable powers. My photographic series Drowning in a Sea of Infinite Meaning looks at the sea's capricious, uncontrollable and sweeping surface appearances and human encounters with it. On the verge of abstraction the photographs establish a fragmented poetic space for the imagination that hints at the indefinite nature of the seas and our incapability to fathom it in its entirety.

www.kristinhoell.com


Drowning III

Course: MA Photography, University of Brighton

The sea is a peculiar space – concrete yet abstract, it opens up a fertile space for the human imaginary. Its surface, though seemingly mapped scientifically, technologically and economically, ultimately escapes knowledge and control in its everchanging nature and with its unpredictable powers. My photographic series Drowning in a Sea of Infinite Meaning looks at the sea's capricious, uncontrollable and sweeping surface appearances and human encounters with it. On the verge of abstraction the photographs establish a fragmented poetic space for the imagination that hints at the indefinite nature of the seas and our incapability to fathom it in its entirety.

www.kristinhoell.com


Drowning IV

Course: MA Photography, University of Brighton

The sea is a peculiar space – concrete yet abstract, it opens up a fertile space for the human imaginary. Its surface, though seemingly mapped scientifically, technologically and economically, ultimately escapes knowledge and control in its everchanging nature and with its unpredictable powers. My photographic series Drowning in a Sea of Infinite Meaning looks at the sea's capricious, uncontrollable and sweeping surface appearances and human encounters with it. On the verge of abstraction the photographs establish a fragmented poetic space for the imagination that hints at the indefinite nature of the seas and our incapability to fathom it in its entirety.

www.kristinhoell.com


Drowning V

Course: MA Photography, University of Brighton

The sea is a peculiar space – concrete yet abstract, it opens up a fertile space for the human imaginary. Its surface, though seemingly mapped scientifically, technologically and economically, ultimately escapes knowledge and control in its everchanging nature and with its unpredictable powers. My photographic series Drowning in a Sea of Infinite Meaning looks at the sea's capricious, uncontrollable and sweeping surface appearances and human encounters with it. On the verge of abstraction the photographs establish a fragmented poetic space for the imagination that hints at the indefinite nature of the seas and our incapability to fathom it in its entirety.

www.kristinhoell.com


Drowning VI

Course: MA Photography, University of Brighton

The sea is a peculiar space – concrete yet abstract, it opens up a fertile space for the human imaginary. Its surface, though seemingly mapped scientifically, technologically and economically, ultimately escapes knowledge and control in its everchanging nature and with its unpredictable powers. My photographic series Drowning in a Sea of Infinite Meaning looks at the sea's capricious, uncontrollable and sweeping surface appearances and human encounters with it. On the verge of abstraction the photographs establish a fragmented poetic space for the imagination that hints at the indefinite nature of the seas and our incapability to fathom it in its entirety.

www.kristinhoell.com


Drowning VII

Course: MA Photography, University of Brighton

The sea is a peculiar space – concrete yet abstract, it opens up a fertile space for the human imaginary. Its surface, though seemingly mapped scientifically, technologically and economically, ultimately escapes knowledge and control in its everchanging nature and with its unpredictable powers. My photographic series Drowning in a Sea of Infinite Meaning looks at the sea's capricious, uncontrollable and sweeping surface appearances and human encounters with it. On the verge of abstraction the photographs establish a fragmented poetic space for the imagination that hints at the indefinite nature of the seas and our incapability to fathom it in its entirety.

www.kristinhoell.com


Drowning X

Course: MA Photography, University of Brighton

The sea is a peculiar space – concrete yet abstract, it opens up a fertile space for the human imaginary. Its surface, though seemingly mapped scientifically, technologically and economically, ultimately escapes knowledge and control in its everchanging nature and with its unpredictable powers. My photographic series Drowning in a Sea of Infinite Meaning looks at the sea's capricious, uncontrollable and sweeping surface appearances and human encounters with it. On the verge of abstraction the photographs establish a fragmented poetic space for the imagination that hints at the indefinite nature of the seas and our incapability to fathom it in its entirety.

www.kristinhoell.com


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