Human sculptures and acrobatics in Isabelle Wenzel's photographs

Monday, December 09 19.52 GMT


Human sculptures and acrobatics in Isabelle Wenzel's photographs


Isabelle Wenzel It definitely makes clear that art is his thing, every detail of the work is his responsibility.

Study Photo y Fine arts at the Fachhochschule Bielefeld in Germany and at the Gerrit Rietveld Academy.

But his intervention is not only in the lens, it is a acrobat professional.

So the timer does its job and she does his, in just a few seconds he poses for the camera until he reaches the desired shot.

And of course, not just any posture, the body and legs is what should capture and transmit something.

In addition, you want to impregnate your pieces sculptural qualities that every body has.

In this way it freezes the images that have the very essence of the creative.

His hyperrealist work has a particular characteristic, the spontaneity that each movement gives.

Show that you like to get deeply involved in your art. He currently works and lives in Amsterdam.

 

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