Rob Woodcox defies gravity force in his poetic pictures

Rob Woodcox is a fashion photographer who has created a series of poetic images that defy gravity through the human body.

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6 February 2019

Rob Woodcox is an art and fashion photographer born in Houston who has made a series of images challenging gravity force. Halfway between dance and an installation made of human bodies, which a little bit makes us think of famous Kylie Minogue‘s video “All the Lovers”, Rob’s photographic project is a game made of harmonies.

The body is multiplied, bent, digitally manipulated to achieve the desired result: cancel gravity, cancel the constraints and rules of society, the patterns and preconceptions. Fluid movements, fluid sexuality. Paradoxically, the body is canceled and transformed into something new: an instrument of freedom. This desire for freedom reminds us a lot of Ryan McGinley, of which you find a focus here.

His subjects rediscover peace with the surrounding environment, with nature, returning a little bit even when they are placed inside a building. If you want to know more, you can visit Rob’s Instagram.

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