Graphic designer, Rigved Sathe, has released “Landscape Mirrors’— a project of photography that depicts surreal environments and imagery. Currently based in Pune, India, the artist’s work portrays augmented realities of landscapes by using a mirror or reflection technique. The project ultimately provides a different perspective, temporarily removing you from reality.
“Landscape Mirrors” is a self-initiated project [that] aims to explore the integration of technology and beautiful locations. This personal project is an ode to our generation, a tribute to all of you out there who have probably lost yourselves along the way to success. Take a moment, breathe and try to alter your perspective – the results may surprise you”, Sathe explaines.
Surrealism is an artistic and literary movement that became popular in the 1920s. Championed by artists like Salvador Dali, Frida Kahlo and Max Ernst, surrealism artwork proposed that the 17th and 18th-century Enlightenment movement that supported reason and individualism, had suppressed the mind’s unconscious state and it’s ability to be irrational. Surrealism’s goal was to liberate thought, language, and human experience from the oppressive boundaries of rationalism.
Hit the jump below to check out the gallery of “Landscape Mirrors”.