<In the 1920s a group of psychologists in Germany developed a series of theories, called Gestalt (German: Gestalt "shape, form") theories, of visual perception, describing how viewers group together different objects into groups or a single coherent whole when the separate elements are arranged together in a particular way.>
‘Modern cityscapes’ is a result of my newly born passion for lines / forms / shapes in photography.
Everything started with my recent journeys through the world of the elements. I was driven by the concept that the environment is a system composed of fragments that consists of forms that are made up of shapes and every single of them is an inseparable part of the beautiful whole. Step by step I developed an individual and unique view of the world which was based on a vital importance of the details. I started looking into the environment as into the boundless puzzle full of intersecting lines / forms / shapes, but still remaining very minimal and aesthetic.
After all those photographical and ideological wanderings in the world of lines/ forms / shapes I decided to create a project which not would only represent my own perspective of our environment, but would also let a viewer to improvise in his mind with the objects captured in the photographs. I chose modern architecture as the general object of the project, because it has all the building blocks that were interesting for me (line / form / shape / texture / color / space) and tried to represent my own vision of the whole environment through it. It can be full of elements, but still minimal. It can be very colorful, but remain tasteful. It has all the building blocks used, but is still solid. I want everybody to look at the objects as into the dematerialized elements where lines meet forms and create the shapes. Where shapes meet textures and create the spaces. Where every element of a solid can be separated but it still remains inherent.