Light, almost airy lines of Japanese ink drawings on snow-white rice paper. Blowing, pure forms, deep silence, meditative calmness. Fume, of which we almost feel the humidity and warmth in the winter landscape. Here and there a few spots of color what emphasizes the purity of the mostly mono chrome world. A yellow beak, a red head, or the flora painted by the low winter sunlight. There is poetical lightness, tense drama in a low key – and sometimes an exact geometrical order on these photos.
If they’ve ever made visual haiku, it would be like this book. Sensitive. If I must tell in one word what do I think about the visual material of this book, I’ll use this word: sensitive. I know Gábor and Adrienn more than 20 years, I attend their photographic work, but I’ve never seen this essentially feminine sensitivity on their photos. It is true: they are an artistic couple in this project, a woman and a man. Although this result was made by two photographers you can’t sense duality. Seems only one approach, one point of view, one willing. SENSITIVE.
Attila Lóránt, photographer