“Untitled – The people who are lost in time or loose memories”, is a photographic series by Ozge Cone, a Turkish photographer currently based in London, capturing the concept of chaos and psychological traumas and situations which are common to humans. Dwelling on the concept of chaos and duration for a long time, the artist tried to learn about the thoughts and psychological phases that her models were in. The photographer defines her works as “unconscious manifestations” that show proximity to that which is psychological and chaotic.
When she took an interest in photography, she was mostly influenced by early 20th century photographers and artists like John Ernest Joseph Bellocq and Anton Giulio Bragaglia, but also by artists who helped to define the revolutionary developments in the plastic arts in the opening decades of the twentieth century. Politics, social facts, musicians, philosophers and Far Eastern movies, like Wong Kar Wai’s films are amongst the sources of inspiration of the artist.
The artist’s motto for describing this series:
The people who are lost in time
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Photos by Ozge Cone
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