TRANSITUS MANHATTAN 7About this photograph
Passionate about art, photographer Florian Mueller delivers a series of photographs that explore the theme of the permanence of movement. Combining analogue and digital technique, he accurately and inventively reworks the codes of Op Art to create vibrant images. By superimposing colourful and violently contrasted layers, he incites the human eye to fail to adjust to the forms and motifs. The juxtaposition of the various colours thus creates a slight retinal vibration that gives the illusion of movement. The images of New York that make up the series Transitus Manhattan thus invite the spectator to discover the city from a different angle. Their condensed character precisely conveys the hustle and bustle of modern urban space. Spectators are not asked to ponder what they see, but to ask what they feel when confronted with the representation of these abstract landscapes, evoking both immensity and solitude in equal measure.Read more Read less
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The German journalist and photographer, Florian Muller, was born in 1974 and lives in Cologne. He began to take photographs from the age of 12 years old and hasnÂ’t stopped since. He fuels his passion for art by strolling and observing the world through his lens. Florian MullerÂ’s work is in series. He explores and dissects the recurring theme of the permanence of movement.