Edin Mustafic/Fine Art Photography

Reality Loss 5.5

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Slider (9)/© 2014 Edin Mustafic - Reality Loss 5.5

Content.

The attempt to represent irrationality, relevance and escapism. The latter is defined mainly by (un)conscious denial of social objectives and action ideas. In the Media Psychology escapism is considered an important motive of media usage. The art is also still brought in connection therewith. Peter Handke counters this allegation by emphasizing the utopian character of art, which enables just from its distance their reality changes. The exit can also be interpreted positively, as a form of protest or resistance to social, political or media pressures.

The series provides conscious opposition to the modern and digitalized Media 'over- flow' in our world. In a world that is abused by the media as a playground of manipulative mass hypnosis, I try to create an antithesis. I use blur as a stylistic device of relevance/priority which only implies reality - nothing is seen clearly. A few clear lines, that only vaguely symbolize media, world and life events without realizing concrete content anymore.


Production.

Title: Reality Loss 5.5 | Year: 2014 | Print: 50x50 cm | Ink: Epson Ultra Chrome K3 Pigment Ink | Paper: Hahnemühle Fine Art Ultrasmooth, 305 g/m²| framing: Mmseum framing white, (ca)70x70 cm Strength: - mm, gallery cardboard, Museumspassepartout, white, Strength: 3 mm, museum backside cardboard, acidfree | Glass: Clarity 92% / museum glass | Series: 9 Singles | Edition A: 1 (+1 AE) | Price: € 4.500,00


Title: Reality Loss 5.5 | Year: 2014 | Print: 100x100 cm | Ink: Epson Ultra Chrome K3 Pigment Ink | Paper: Hahnemühle Fine Art Ultrasmooth, 305 g/m²| framing: museum framing white Strength: - mm, gallery cardboard, museum passepartout, white, Strength: 3 mm, museum cardboard, acidfree | Glass: Clarity 92% / museum glass | Series: 9 Singles | Edition B: 1 | Price: on request!