Artwork description:

Yin & Tonic represents the eternal fight between light and dark, good and evil; it is the in and out, back and forth of the energy that surrounds us and is us. Some days we emit light other days we absorb. But who says what is good? What is bad? It is the point of reference that explains these behaviors. Always subjective to perspective, good and bad is more difficult to define than one may think. We are constantly influx between the states of giving and receiving, moving and stillness, lightness and darkness and it is the balance between these states that create the most optimal light and the most rounded energy. Yin & Tonic reminds us that everything is cyclical. We are all round. All the same. Life is not a journey to reach the end. There is no destination that you ought to arrive at; to finish in one straight line. It is a musical performance. Something you play each day, something you dance and sing to while zig zagging across, up, down and around emitting different levels of light. And it’s the moments of pure playfulness and joy that allow our spheres to radiate. This is life. The end is irrelevant.
Stay Harsh!

Materials used:

Pigment based ink, Fine art digital print, 100% cotton fine art paper, Hahnemühle Potective Spray finishing

Tags:
#suspended sculpture #medium format photography #mirror ball #light shadows #shadow art #suspended art #hard shadows #hardbox #profoto #lighting shadows #black and white #still life #white #sunset #fine art #art #fields #artwork #digital art #art on paper #lighthouse #field #shadow #shadows #conceptual art #art photography #studio art #medium format #air #shadows and lights #digital photograph #art prints #creative art #floating #gravity #studio #spheres #basketball #falling #yin yang #levitation #yin and yang #creative photographer #suspended #basketball court #digital photography #disco ball #still art #conceptual photography 
Grama (2018)
Photograph
by Harshtistas

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Yin & Tonic represents the eternal fight between light and dark, good and evil; it is the in and out, back and forth of the energy that surrounds us and is us. Some days we emit light other days we absorb. But who says what is good? What is bad? It is the point of reference that explains these behaviors. Always subjective to perspective, good and bad is more difficult to define than one may think. We are constantly influx between the states of giving and receiving, moving and stillness, lightness and darkness and it is the balance between these states that create the most optimal light and the most rounded energy. Yin & Tonic reminds us that everything is cyclical. We are all round. All the same. Life is not a journey to reach the end. There is no destination that you ought to arrive at; to finish in one straight line. It is a musical performance. Something you play each day, something you dance and sing to while zig zagging across, up, down and around emitting different levels of light. And it’s the moments of pure playfulness and joy that allow our spheres to radiate. This is life. The end is irrelevant.
Stay Harsh!

Materials used:

Pigment based ink, Fine art digital print, 100% cotton fine art paper, Hahnemühle Potective Spray finishing

Tags:
#suspended sculpture #medium format photography #mirror ball #light shadows #shadow art #suspended art #hard shadows #hardbox #profoto #lighting shadows #black and white #still life #white #sunset #fine art #art #fields #artwork #digital art #art on paper #lighthouse #field #shadow #shadows #conceptual art #art photography #studio art #medium format #air #shadows and lights #digital photograph #art prints #creative art #floating #gravity #studio #spheres #basketball #falling #yin yang #levitation #yin and yang #creative photographer #suspended #basketball court #digital photography #disco ball #still art #conceptual photography 
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The Harshtistas are two fused into one. Due to their diverse backgrounds and cultures, this unique duo found in art the means to merge and express their voices. Choosing Guadalajara,... Read more

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