Zoe Wetherall's unusual architectural photography
By Nadja Geskus / JULY 29, 2017
Architecture offers one of the most interesting perspectives for photographers who like order and the repetition of forms. Australian photographer Zoe Wetherall focuses on details of buildings, capturing seemingly infinite patterns with abstract hues. The patterns are totally isolated from the rest of the environment.
At the age of five, Zoe Wetherall was already staring at walls looking at the pattern of bricks. “I can do that too,” she thought, and then wanted to become a bricklayer. Wetherall was eight years old when she picked up a camera for the first time and her father gave her instructions. She especially liked how the forms that appeared for the first time on photo paper in the darkroom seemed to come alive. Her photographs were shown for the first time when she was a teenager when Zoe’s photographs were part of an exhibition of high school art at the National Gallery of Victoria.
Unusual architectural photography
Zoe Wetherall is currently focusing on building details - subtle patterns hidden in architecture and landscapes. The photos she takes look like they can go on indefinitely. And the isolation of the patterns creates a surreal atmosphere.
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