Pinhole portraits of passers-by

  • pinhole portraits of passers-by 1, Arnhem

  • pinhole portraits of passers-by 2, Arnhem

  • pinhole portraits of passers-by 3, Arnhem

  • pinhole portraits of passers-by 4, Arnhem

  • pinhole portraits of passers-by 5, Arnhem

  • pinhole portraits of passers-by 6, Arnhem

  • pinhole portraits of passers-by 1, Amsterdam

  • pinhole portraits of passers-by 2, Amsterdam

  • pinhole portraits of passers-by 3, Amsterdam

  • pinhole portraits of passers-by 4, Amsterdam

  • pinhole portraits of passers-by 5, Amsterdam

  • pinhole portraits of passers-by 6, Amsterdam

During the exhibition “La Condition Humaine” in Circa Dit, Arnhem, Yun Jei Cho and carel Lanters are working on the project “Pinhole portraits of passers-by”.

Passers-by were invited to sit in a chair so that they could be captured with a pinhole camera for 10 to 30 seconds.

The idea that arises here is that due to the long exposure times and the forms of concentration, the underlying characters become visible.

A second session took place in Amsterdam, at the exhibition “Portraits of a gymnastics hall” in the Bookstore Foundation, in collaboration with Aracelly Scheper.

Here too, passers-by were portrayed with the pinhole technique. The prints were displayed in the front space, visible to all.

Year / Years:

2020

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