Art photography in other dimensions.
2012 - Master of arts, KNUTD (Kiev national university of technology and design), Faculty “Film/Video and Photographic Arts”. .
Professional photographer, graduated from college KNUTD specialty “Artistic Photography” received a degree in “photographer”.
2009 – Member of the National Society of Photo Artists of Ukraine (NSPAU).
2010 – 2014 - Lecturer in the First National School of TV in Ukraine.
Participant of exhibitions, art festivals, art fairs in Ukraine, Holland, France, Germany, Sweden, USA
Shimbarovsky Alexander. Contemporary art photography in other dimensions
Contemporary art photography in other dimensionsMy author’s project is called “Photography of Other Dimensions”.
These are surreal photos of cities, buildings, objects and even people,
taken "in another dimension".
The paintings of Jerome Bosch, Salvador Dali, Maurits Escher, Rene Magritte inspired me to move in this creative direction.
But I chose my own path in art, perhaps technically more complex.
The problem was how to photograph a real object with the capabilities of cubist artists and surrealists?
For several years I was looking for solutions to my problem. In order to allocate time for the project, I was forced to abandon teaching, forgive me students.
He graduated from 2 programming courses, acquired a lot of equipment, finally, along with friends, created his own sur-camera, with which the creative process became much more productive.
But this is just a method. Whatever it is, the main role should be played by work.
In the words of Vasily Kandinsky, the main issue of art is “WHAT” and not “HOW”.
By changing perception, you expand your consciousness.
Interpreting the usual forms, you can see a new meaning through the fragments of stereotypes.
In their work, many artists only confirm any established views, worldviews. They work in all well-known techniques, perfecting their skills.
As they were taught, so do they teach.
I do not affirm with my works, but rather “soften” the usual firmament of the world and fashion new forms, showing the viewer that the real world is much more amazing than we used to see it.