Photo © Thijs Koelink
Abstract, monochrome and geometric. An estranged vision on modern structures.
Thijs Koelink works with an analog panaroma camera, in the hunt for abstract and architectural illusions.
Atomium, Brussels in Belgium
(The whole photo is shown, no crops are made)
Thijs Koelink NETHERLANDS
Thijs Koelink is a photographer and self taught filmmaker, originally from the Netherlands. He translated his graphic background into photographs and short films, both having the dynamic and in your face attitude that he found in street art.
He uses analog panorama cameras, so he can capture a very wide surface; this results in an estranged image. Sometimes he even uses the same filmrol twice to enlarge this estranged feeling.
Thijs Koelink studied photography in The Netherlands and was an intern at the Martin Parr – Magnum Photos – Office in London. His work has been exhibited internationally, from The Dutch Photo Museum (Rotterdam), Huis Marseille (Amsterdam) to Saatchi&Saatchi Gallery (London).
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