The series Disposition is a simplification of the vision of what is beyond our ideas of matter.
Ritzhom-like structures bridging space and time.
Inverted photography, digital double exposure.
Mounted on dibond board.
Henrik Isaksson Garnell
The Swedish artist Henrik Isaksson Garnell is more than just a photographer. He is a talented inventor, sculptor, and art visionary. Instead of taking photographs of ordinary items found in nature, he distorts them and creates entirely new life forms. Working like a composer, he searches for irritating mistakes that can bring his art to a certain tune or noise, repeating itself in such a way that it creates music.
As one views Isaksson Garnell’s work as a whole, one cannot help but notice that there is an “otherworldly” aspect to it. He is staging daydreams and nightmares, he moves between surrealism and concretism to reach his extraordinary aesthetic. His work can evoke a kind of “unruly” feeling, yet the artists’ restraint is what successfully seals each image as a masterpiece.