Beautiful minimalistic abstract photography series entitled PERPLEX, by Dávid Biró, a photographer from Hungary.
The world is not directly accessible for the limited human existence, one of the main sources of its cognition is photography due to its easy spreading, the value of documentary and vision like projection. Are all of these enough to think confidently of the camera, and the photographs as the extension of our sight or prosthesis? Is the world acquirable only by images?
The outcome of knowing the physical reality visually is the capability of depth perception. Walking around an object and discovering its projections help illustrate and define the space on a plane. The photographer uses photographs as the objects of sensing the world, the projected spatial geometric objects work as the models of reality. The images recall the viewer’s experience, so with the capability of depth perception, walking around the object in the mind and using the reference points leftover by the optical projection, their arrangement is getting solvable.