Photography Liquere, naked bodies and calm waters in Danny Eastwood’s photographs.
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Liquere, naked bodies and calm waters in Danny Eastwood’s photographs.

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Giulia Pacciardi

Ostranenie, the art of presenting common things to the public in an unusual way in order to improve their perception.
This is the watchword behind the projects of award-winning photographer Danny Eastwood, including the fascinating and confusing Liquere.

Liquere, from the Latin “to be fluid”, is a collection of 16 shots that tells a story made of naked bodies and calm waters.
Bodies that merge, unite, fade and become abstract as soon as they come into contact with a clear liquid bathed in light.

The sculptural forms are shown and hidden, immersed and then float in a fluid and transitory movement that in its perfection bewitches, confuses and gives to something simple, a different dimension than the way in which we are used knowing it.

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Written by Giulia Pacciardi
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