More than a Window
Windows are more than what we can imagine, they hold layers of images—my goal was to combine those layers in one photograph.
|August 2014–June 2016|
Halifax, NS, Canada
When you pass by a store or a window of a home, or even when you look at car windows, the first thing you look for are objects behind the glass. Walking around a city like Tehran, you could see a combination of reflections on the glass and a movement behind the glass.
When you encircled by architectural spaces, you will find a combination of forms and patterns all over the space drown into a shadow. In fact, that was my main goal in this project, to capture a combination of two spaces. One, the fixed world, behind the glass and the second was the flow or movement of the city in front of it.