Guido is almost blind since birth on the left and have 25% vision on the right because the optic nerves don’t pass on as much information to the brain.
You can imagine it like an internet video with a low data rate.
Through photography he go to and beyond the limits of his vision.
“My work combines three genres that influence each other: street photography, minimal photography and abstract photography.
I see my city as an urban landscape. A landscape made up of shapes, colors, reflections and light. I can dissolve and reassemble these elements, limited only by the laws of optics, the possibilities of the camera and my imagination. The overarching theme is the tension between urban architecture and its inhabitants.”
All images and text © Guido Klumpe
By Guido Klumpe
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