Photographer Brice Bischoff uses Bronson Caves, famous as a filming location for multiple movies and TV shows, for the backdrop of this colorful project. Bischoff is the subject of his images, dancing and moving in front of the camera during long exposures to create these surreal smoky, rainbow effects.
“If a visitor to the caves were to accidentally stumble upon my performance” says Bischoff, “they would only see a mass of crumbled colored paper draped awkwardly over a man moving/dancing to a camera positioned on a tripod. The goal of these performances was to create sculptural, photographic objects that interacted with the history and architecture of the caves.”
During the year-long project, Bischoff used the same colored paper to create these images. As a result, the weathered, torn, and faded paper added dimension and texture to his images. The Bronson Caves series can be viewed in April and May at Kopeikin Gallery in Culver City, California.
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