In this two-part solo show, abstract artist and photographer Ingrid Shakenovsky creates beautiful and thrilling pictures out of the cracks, colours and movements of the urban landscape.
In one section of the exhibition, she uses Intentional Camera Movement to create dramatic abstracts out of real-world scenes.
The other section is a unique and vibrant study of graffiti around the world, from Bondi to Barcelona, Tel Aviv to Johannesburg and several cities in-between.
The result is an emotional juxtaposition of rusty bicycles, decrepit buildings, recycled garbage, the passing parade of people, notice boards, graffiti and wall art.
“I enjoy the thrill of capturing honest everyday scenes and moments, turning the real world into the abstract and the abstract into the realistic,” says Ingrid. “The pictures I have chosen for this exhibition are emotional and authentic. They move me..”