a (by danica+karl)
I accidentally tagged these photos as ‘poetry’ but I don’t think I want to fix it. Some things are better left as is.
Thanks for the interview Wild at Heart
Self taught creative Jennilee Marigomen personifies a paradigm shift in the way we interpret habitual art and the happenstance phenomenon of photography.
Currently living and working in Vancouver, the dissension that tethers nature to it’s constructs is consistent across the cityscape and equally as prominent in her photographs. In this examination the perpetual displacement between the wild landscape and the simulated environment yield a profundity and mystique that defines Marigomen’s vision.
The painterly compositions and unexpected subtleties of her work impart an equity of form and a spectrum so vivid and emotive that they’re often aligned with a specific level of concentration and contemplation. It’s through this consummate evocation of light, roused by her meditative process where she investigates a sensitivity often reserved exclusively for the reverent. Being privy to her second sight is a spiritual experience, transcending formalities, empyrean beyond a doubt.
(via wild at heart)