Circus artists photographed to show trivial worries

June 03, 2019 at 01:20 a.m.


Circus artists photographed to show trivial worries


All people are concerned, this photoshoot refers to the trivial concerns shown by circus artists. And the anxiety is real. The anguish and worry too. Whether they are important things or not, it is also part of the primary and natural emotions.

Its creators, lived decisive moments that served as inspiration and tool to create this photo shoot. And what better way to do it with circus artists, who keep dozens in expectation when they perform their acts.

Are you a juggler, clown or maybe a trapeze artist? All people play multiple roles in life. These roles seem to be very important and we do everything possible to interpret them correctly. And this is how circus artists represent emotions in everyday life.

The anxiety-liberating photograph

 

Dasha Pears is one of its main creators. The idea of ​​portraying anguish came to him from a key moment in his life. In addition, of a transforming event. This because She was forced to adopt a different perspective of her life. Cross a separation with your partner, overcome the problems of childhood. Even, to redefine itself as a woman, mother and artist. Without a doubt, this project helped him deal with a lot of anxiety.

In addition, it is worth mentioning that Dasha Pears is an award-winning Russian conceptual photographer who currently resides in Helsinki, Finland. He began his photo tour in 2011. Since then, his images have been exhibited in Russia, France, Poland, Austria and Finland. His work was also named among the winners of Best of Russia 2015. In addition, he received an honorable mention during the photography competitions Trierenberg Super Circuit 2017 and 2018 in Linz, Austria. He even won a bronze medal at the Prix de la Photographie Paris, 2018. Dasha's photographs are used throughout the world by companies such as Trevillion, ArcAngel, Plainpicture and Millennium Images. As if that were not enough, they can be found on book covers published in Europe, the United States and South America.

All artists of our lives

 

The artist Jenni Juurinen is the other mind behind these photographs. She is a fashion stylist, interior stylist and set designer from Helsinki, Finland. He has also worked as a stylist for the Finnish magazines Glorian Koti, Moda and Deko. In addition, his editorial work has been widely published in magazines and books. In addition to this, she has been a production designer for television, theater and commercials, clients such as Finnair, Mc Donalds and Fosters.

This project took half a year, they worked with professional and amateur circus artists, dancers and gymnasts. The color of each scene represents a certain emotion.

The project tries to remind viewers that we are all artists in the circus of our own lives. On another level, it shows that our brain constructs meanings and perspectives that can easily change. In addition, common everyday objects can be significant when they are placed next to another image. Can you guess which is which? What is it that each circus artist tries to transmit or represent?