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Wednesday portraits

The artists in this exhibition present their subjective vision about the photographic portrait inspired by the coexistence of analog and digital imagery in contemporary culture. The portraits attempt to smooth out the binding image that exists regarding the usage and the impact of these media while their authors look for symbiosis, continuation, and elimination of conflict, instead. Some of the images in this exhibition are shot on a single lens wooden analog camera 13x18cm on a paper negative, while the other images are photographed through the ground glass screen of the same analog camera using digital cameras.

A group of friends gather every Wednesday evening inspired by the magic of photography. They share amusement in taking photographs and conversing, contributing their inner freedom and spontaneity of thought to create a special environment for artistic creation. This is a time and space where the everlasting contradiction in the subject–object problem fades away and the act of taking photographs as a way to make a record of the surrounding world turns into interpretation of this very same world and vice versa.