PhotoGraphy by ShiKai Tseng

Gorgeous porcelain vases created by ShiKai Tseng using the pinhole camera technique. Tseng first coated the vases in a light-sensitive substance, then placed them in black boxes (the boxes visible in the images) with strategically placed holes and exposed them to light for 5 to 50 minutes. Each vase represents the fingerprint of its environment that was around it at the time of exposure, a singular moment in time. I love this concept and the mixture of photography techniques with ceramics.

ShiKai Tseng

via dezeen


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