The Invisible Landscape by Photographer Brendan Kingsley

by Jane KenoyerPosted on

Among photographer Brendan Kingsley’s many projects are a group of minimalistic photographs entitled The Invisible Landscape. Kingsley’s poetic depictions of animal and human figures are silhouetted among vast white landscapes describing a world without boundaries. These carbon pigment prints are unique representations of physical and cultural anonymity. Although these nondescript figures are void of personal identity and are portrayed in equally unidentifiable locations, the photographs have strong indications of underlying narratives, giving the viewer insight into this collection of mysterious landscapes.

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