PhotographerRosario Civello
PrizeHonorable Mention
Entry Description

These photos, taken on the Alps, are part of a project inspired by the book “Point and line to plane” of Wassily Kandinsky. Point and line, from geometric entities intangible, from conceptual abstraction, materialize, become concrete form on the surface. The point has an extension and it is the most concise form. It can be a square, a triangle, a circle, a star or something more complex. It can be isolated or resonate with other points or lines. The line is the track of the point moved by a force that comes out of it, it is the trajectory of a creative act, natural or artificial, energy which becomes matter. It comes from the destruction of the point, of its stillness, of its silence.