Dino Kužnik

LSD and the search for God

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Paper Size:
60 x 75"

Image Size:
60" x 75" BLEED

Paper:
Hahnemühle 100% Cotton Photo Rag Baryta

Frame:
Museum Shadowbox White NO ACRYLIC

Price:
$3,895.00

Shipping:
FREE

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Every purchase includes, at season's end, our beautiful large format Journal of all 52 photographs and the story of each, by the photographer.

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The vast unforgivable landscape – the desert, hides an invisible energy that feeds my soul. Since I first visited the barren landscape of the American Western states, I have been in love; attracted to the landscape, the energy, feeling of discovery and the drive across it, so I have been returning ever since. On one of my road trips in California, I was searching for the most beautiful Yucca brevifolia aka the Joshua tree, as I was experimenting with lighting and photographing them in different techniques. On one unexpected stops along the road, I found it. It stood tall and majestic, almost kind of symmetrical. As I wanted to visualize this energy I speak of, I experimented shooting through diffraction glasses as it was too early in the day to use the flashes and gels. And there it was, a visualization of it, the energy that feeds me, floating around the landscape like transparent apparition – with beams of colorful light coming up from above, like somebody shining down on me. Maybe it wasn’t a coincidence that while I was photographing the Joshua tree, the band LSD and the search for God was playing on one of my playlists. A perfect name, to an experimental photograph, that could be mistaken for an acid trip.

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