3 comments

  • I’m sorry, I don’t mean to be difficult. I fail to see how these images are “abstract” or “surreal” in any way. When I read the title “The Camera as Paintbrush”, I was intrigued. Please don’t take my comments the wrong way. These are very good photographs… but they are not abstract or surreal.

  • Shane, the photos that are referred to as ‘abstract and surreal’ are a series of Magritte-inspired photos that Kokyat has on his own photoblog, Red Dot. It does not refer to his dance photography which is basically documentary in nature, like the samples posted at the top of the interview, Part 2.

  • I like composition and use of light in the second “Table of Silence” photo. And from your dance series the relax atmosphere in the 7th and in the 10th photo and the composition in the Joy Womack photo (N°9) are a visual pleasure.
    Well done!
    robert

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