Sunday, March 11, 2012

Special #005: Xavier Lucchesi

Photography without a lens? Xavier Lucchesi, 1959, France, uses X-rays and the most efficient scanners to create his bizarre images. He makes images while going through the matter of small and large objects, from animals, bodies, paintings of Picasso to entire trucks. Even though X-ray goes straight through matter it still shows various details of the objects, sometimes revealing secrets invisible to and hidden from the naked eye. Xavier shows us what we can only imagine but also creates a new reality, one that is based on solid objects becoming fantastical entities. His work has been exhibited on numerous occasions, mainly in Europe and Asia. The following images come from the series Radioportraits, Automates and Trafic.




Intrigued to see how he will approach his future projects and what they will reveal to us.
Website: www.x-lucchesi.com

4 comments:

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fatai balogun said...

what are these images/photos for?

filterair said...

Great! I love it..:)

Nikon Lens said...

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