In the beginning of the 20th century two Italians--Anton and Arturo Bragaglia--,brothers and photographers, were more interested in capturing movement than shapes. They aimed to create a dedicated style of photography: photodynamism. Movement was to be depicted as a continuum, a trace of a trajectory. There are no clear lines in photodynamism to which most of us are used in a still photograph. Instead, subject matter is mostly blurry, being caught in motion: photographed in time rather than in space.
This series is my modest homage to photodynamism, and some more. In these photographs, I am looking into the elusiveness of clear shape. We take the stillness of shape for granted, even when it is in motion which we choose to ignore. So, what happens to the shape when motion stands still?