Marios Kotsonis 1

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About

Based in Delft, The Netherlands I have always been fascinated by the intrinsic relationship of this country with water. This is what I try to capture in my photography. Using long exposure techniques, time becomes the fourth dimension in the picture.

I seek the ordinary, everyday view of the extraordinary interplay between time and space. Structures submerged in a moving medium such as water and air. The motion of water or clouds reveals and exemplifies time.

Not a single infinitesimal moment but an entire period is now the photograph. In a way the scene has never existed since it is the integral of many scenes. On the other hand it is maybe the only scene that truly exists both in space and time.


Works

the gate

ww2 bunker

pier in harbour

base of windturbine

arrow

barrier study #1

fishing nets and rocks

dam-4a

diffusion

opening

pole and rocks study #2

monday afternoon

pier and lighthouse

surf on rocks

sentinels

six markers