Landscape, mirror tesselation photography. Views of the Australian coastline.
Farlanders began with a view from the window on a flight from Brisbane to Sydney. The images were shot using a samsung s7. In sharp contrast to the urban ‘order’ of the city centers along the eastern coast, these quiet images depict the beauty of Australia's undeveloped terrain.
Through digital cuts and mirror reflections, Kesara creates these meditatie abstract landscapes. Keasra presents a geography which is at once ‘known’ and specific, while at the same time being imaginary and disconnected. Coastlines and shores are transmuted, skies are multiplied. The composite views reinterpret the way the natural world envelops us. As with Kesara’s botanic photography, a keen attention to ecology, conservation, and our interactions with the physical world prevail over their beauty.
“A gently rhythmic series, these landscapes reveal surprising shapes and a sense of peaceful balance. The use of geometry over geography illustrates a systematic transformation of the known into the unknown. And, an ecological reminder of the preciousness of our oceans.”
Printed in two sizes of a max number of 50 prints with #1 as Artists' Proof