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Emilie Möri's Dimly Lit Photography Has Lines of String at Its Forefront

 - Oct 19, 2016
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Emilie Möri, a designer who lives and works within Paris and Bordeaux, France, completes projects of various genres, as she holds talent in both photography and graphic design.

For 'Lines,' Emilie Möri lenses images of her subjects in a nightmarish manner by placing them behind a web of yarn -- which makes it look as though they're caged within its confines. Each is shown to be out of focus as well, putting the lines of string at the forefront -- further adding to the nightmarish effect by generating a surreal look that dehumanizes the subjects. All of the portraits by Emilie Möri in Lines utilize a black and white filter as well, helping to accent the web of yarn and give it a bit of a gothic look.