By means of light we are able to see. The light makes colors bounce off the surfaces, revealing volumes of things, streaming through textures and eventually sinking into the depths of space. This knowledge lies in the core of academic painting.
In FLASH series of photographs I experiment with this scenario. The bright white flashlight overpowers the natural illumination, stripping objects off their volume, disabling textures, flattening colour, while revealing underlying qualities of still life subjects.
Building blocks of forms come out of a distorted perspective.