Prisms and thick transparent films add hypnotic and dream inspiring ambience to black and white photography. French photographer Alexis Dubourdiou has demonstrated this delicate quality to varying degrees with a new set of images. Named Prisma, the exhibition which is reported in Fubiz challenges perceptions on reality, showing us multiple angles and focus softened to abstraction. Without applying rainbows which would occur with coloured light photography when using laminae and prisms, Dubourdiou has singled out the otherworldly effects these tools apply as secondary to their more well known purpose. The show is on display at the PCP Laboratoire Photographique until April 15th.
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