The In between Image Series by Tuomo Rainio Conceptualizes Life

By: Jana Pijak - Published: Jul 16, 2013 • References: & lanciatrendvisions
Juxtaposing digital media, information technology and the art of optical perception, the "In between" image series by Tuomo Rainio embraces reversed and infrared imagery. The Finnish visual artist experiments with both static and moving subjects that are captured in black and white.

While his subjects are ambiguous and conceptual, one can easily relate to their ordinary appearance and equally simplistic everyday tasks that they are captured engaging in.

Tuomo Rainio successfully mixes still and recorded images to capture this artful commentary on the stillness of life. He toys with an idea of constant change that does not rely on time itself. This ever-changing process is instead meant to be organic and a conceptual depiction of some of life's most important themes. Stats for Ambiguous Infrared Portraits Trending: Older & Chilly
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