"Lightscapes" by Rotterdam photographer and film maker Armand Dijcks literally captures time in motion. Images are of familiar items — a chair, kitchen mixer or piece of clothing — transformed into something new and unexpected using Intentional Camera Movement (ICM) photography. Through this series Dijcks is exploring different layers of reality by stretching time to see what is there but not obvious at first glance.
"It makes you look at the world around you in a completely different, less literal way," he says. "It's like revealing a hidden world below the visible surface — a parallel world that exists on a different time scale — and it changes every time you catch a glimpse of it."
Dijcks is no stranger to creating images that play with time, having already created several short films using intentional movement and motion that get the viewer to stop and take a good look at what they're seeing.
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