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Brief Published: 24 Jul 2012

Bronson Caves Photography Series by Brice Bischoff


American artist Brice Bischoff uses long-exposure photography to create surreal, ethereal images that challenge the importance of physical and temporal space.

Shot in the Bronson Caves – a famed film location in Los Angeles’ Griffith Park – Bischoff’s most recent series captures colour in motion on a three-dimensional canvas. Bischoff draped himself in coloured paper and recorded his movements with an extended exposure.

The experimental photographs were taken over the course of one year and are entirely free of post-production work. The same coloured paper was used repeatedly, causing the material to gradually become weathered, torn, and discoloured, adding both physical and conceptual texture.

Brice Bischoff

Art & Design