These photographs are not 'images' in the traditional sense. They are not representative of any specific "what"
They are simply about light the medium of a camera.
The images you see here have much more in common with the abstractions of Rothko, Flavin, or Pollock than with traditional photographs.
I am striving to take the viewer and myself to terra uncarta, uncharted territory, to a place where color and design elicit their own response.
These images are not visible to the human eye in real time or space. But by expanding time , a characteristic unique to still photographs.
It is only through the extended exposure of a single frame that the light becomes visible in these compositions.
I cannot tell you what these images are 'about.'
They are about nothing, and everything.
The physical reality of this art is something quite different from the personal experience of it.
I hope that you enjoy your experience.
About The Artist
Peter Anger splashes light onto film and camera sensors, using the camera as his canvas.
The result : images that are at once modern and timeless,
postcards from an unexplored world.
I have been making light paintings since ~1980~
Peter Anger - email -----> email@example.com