UMIT KOSEOGLU is an old friend of Reykjavik Boulevard.
We featured his environmentalist art HERE and are proud to present his new series called “Infinity”.
It’s a project counting 5 abstract photographs made up from images of the Icelandic landscape. Here’s the artist’s official statement:
Infinity explores the concepts of symmetry and repetition. Source photographs were shot on location in Iceland, and then fragments of the landscape were isolated, repeated and mirrored to create tessellating patterns that can be infinitely repeated. The result is a series of large square format prints which on the surface appear to be made up of geometric shapes reminiscent of a kaleidoscope, but when looking more closely the detail of the landscape can be seen clearly.