Exposure № 044: Desnuda está la tierra

This photo was taken in the burnt forest in Ein-Hod, Israel. This place was burnt one year ago, but still is recovering. I mixed two negatives together- one of the image, and one negative with bleach and salt. So the destroyed negative and the burnt trees become one.
Camera: Hasselblad, film: 120mm color 160asa
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Naama Sarid is an architect. She began her career as a documentary and conceptual photographer in Madrid (2008). She has contributed to numerous magazines and publications in Europe and Israel. She has participated in exhibitions in Ukraine, Spain and Israel. Her sustained challenge as an artist is the desire to “build dreams” in visual codes.

Her publications at Dr. Hurley’s Snake-Oil Cure can be found here.

Exposure № 040: Sembrar el recuerdo

Photographer and architect Naama Sarid-Maleta tells us that this photo is a part of a set that she made for a friend and fellow photographer in Madrid. She was about to leave her house and she wanted me to do some photos there, so she would have something to be able to remember her house by. All the photos from this set deal with nostalgia and also with her strong connection with structures from nature-like the flowers, and like her ladder, that looks like a bone of some big creature as well as the piece of wood echoing her bottom’s shape.

Camera: Hasselblad.  Film: 120mm Diapositiva 100asa (expired).