Fabian Oefner's 'Black Hole' photo series boasts spherical paint strokes that are showcased in a palette of technicolored hues. Based in Zurich, Switzerland, the artist experiments with acrylic paint in a new way and dips his mixed medium on a metallic rod that he later connects to a drill.
The result of his experimentation process is a set of high resolution portraits that capture paint while it is in motion. These images are eye-catching and sculptural, resembling intricate string clusters or computerized compositions.
Despite of their clean look, these striking images are carefully staged and require a complex process. Overall, Fabian Oefner's 'Black Hole' series captivates its viewer and is almost hypnotic in its visual aesthetic.
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