2.5D (2011-2016)

'The images from the ongoing '2.5D' series show objects and volumes that really exist. The photographs are formally rigorous in rendering shape and colour. The clear lines of the objects, shot in available light, seem to generate new surfaces and volumes in the resulting photograph. Eddie Bonesire is concerned with aesthetical perfection: there is a process of abstracting, of reducing the composition to the essential elements. The very pure compositions may puzzle the eye of the beholder by moving back and forth between the 2nd and 3rd dimension. The geometrical rigour of the photographs, however, is not in any way constraining: the viewer is free to use his imagination and to invent new configurations.'

Marie-Therese Huppertz, curator

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