Monday 11th December 2017,
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Simon Gardiner, Vortography

A Vortograph is the first completely abstract kind of photograph. It is composed of kaleidoscopic repetitions of forms achieved by photographing objects through a triangular arrangement of three mirrors.

Alvin Langdon Coburn, a member of the Photo-Secession group and a pioneer in nonobjective photography, invented Vortography in 1917 and remained the principal advocate and practitioner of the technique.

Simon Gardiner uses architecture as a source of inspiration for his kaleidoscopic images. Check out the rest of his portfolio here:

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