The Space in Between: A Different World Through B/W Minimalistic View

There is evidence to suggest that our world and everything in it-from snowflakes to maple trees to falling stars and spinning electrons-are also only ghostly images, projections from a level of reality so beyond our own it is literally beyond both space and time.

© Milad Safabakhsh

We are perceivers. We are an awareness; we are not objects; we have no solidity. We are boundless. The world of objects and solidity is a way of making our passage on earth convenient. It is only a description that was created to help us. We, or rather our reason, forget that the description is only a description and thus we entrap the totality of ourselves in a vicious circle from which we rarely emerge in our Lifetime.

© Milad Safabakhsh

© Milad Safabakhsh

© Milad Safabakhsh

© Milad Safabakhsh

(All images copyrightedMilad Safabakhsh)

Year: 2012 - 2015;

Medium: Photography – Photomontage;

Limited edition: 5 (Available for order)




>> Click two titles of "The Space in Between I" and "The Space in Between II" to check full photos of the project.

>> Explore photographer Milad Safabakhsh's information at HOMEPAGE HERE.




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