New Seas

  • Photographer
    Paulius Makauskas
  • Prize
    Analog / Film Photographer Of the Year
  • Date of Photograph
    2019 - ongoing
  • Technical Info
    4x5, Fuji Provia 100, 40 - 50 min exposure, 210mm

Timothy Morton thinks of climate change as a "hyperobject" - an incomprehensibly large object stretched in the space-time. Recognizable only in parts, but never all at once.Microplastics are barely noticeable particles, but at the same time omnipresent in the ocean.I imagined them as synthetic plankton of all conceivable colors, invisibly wandering from one place to another.I have spent a great deal of time by the sea, so it was easier for me to see that the white ridges of waves creates boundless white-gray paper in space and time.I only needed to fill it with light to reveal the invisible.

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