Spreading fear and mayhem in the visual arts.

John Santerineross

Posted in Beaux Arts, Erotica by Suzanne G. on July 27th, 2004 | BBC Wikipedia

  
  
© John Santerineross
(click on thumbnails for detailed view)

From top to bottom, left to right:
"The Water Margin", "Ceremony of Innocence", "The Hands of Al-Zahra", "Fruit of the Secret God", "Prisoners of our Childhood"

"Many people think that I digitally manipulate the images. The truth is, that while I do tonal corrections and coloring in the computer as well as the outermost borders of the image, 99% of what you see in the image is on the sets that I build. All lines or blurs are exactly that. I create a set with moving objects in it using motors to create the blurs; I then shoot at a very slow shutter speed..."

- John Santerineross, interviewed by Dark Matter Magazine, April 2004

→ John Santerineross releases his eagerly anticipated second book of disturbing yet titillating images, entitled 'Dream' this fall. It's the sequel to 'Fruit of the Secret God'.

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