Featuring: Control Group Productions
Project: Setting Fires
The most fun you can have in an abandoned butcher shop! Belonging to Control Group Production’s research series, “Dances Made to be Viewed in the Dark,” this piece was part art installation, part political protest, part performance art, part dance production. It was a lovely photography challenge- after all the camera requires a certain amount of light to actually capture anything at all, and the roving, immersive performance made helpers like tripods impractical. I can still smell that sticky, sweet, questionable punch and hear the mason jars clink against the bricks…
I love a good weird creeptastic shoot! The animal head is particularly creepy, as is “READ TO ME” on the wall. Awesome job in low light!!
Love the creativity in this project!
Great work with such low light!
Such cool, interesting photos. I love how each draws me in emotionally, but each one in a very different way.
Wait, what!? This is incredible! I want to see more!
What dynamic and artistic photos! You captured the emotion and movement beautifully and in very difficult lighting.
Wow these are incredibly thought provoking! Well done!