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AUTUMN DE WILDE: REFLECTING THE CALIFORNIAN DESERT

Autumn de Wilde is the daughter of Jerry de Wilde, famous for having photographed the counterculture music scene in the 60s and 70s, creating intimate images that have defined the visual identity of artists like Beck, the Yeah Yeah Yeahs, Death Cab for Cutie, Jack White, Fiona Apple and Elliott Smith, among many others. This photographer, native of Woodstock, currently living in New York has created Lighting layers and reflections, an installation commissioned by Chrysler, inspired by the reflection of the landscape on the surface of the car. For this series of houses, she worked closely with craftsmen to create huge structures made with colored mirrors and plexiglass, which reflect the landscape of the Californian desert, interacting with the environment, to project the path of sunlight.

Source and images: ©Autumn de Wilde

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