07.01.09 by Jeff

Elspeth Diederix

These photographs by Elspeth Diederix are high up on my list of favourite work. She calls herself a photographer but her photos feel more like documentations of very site-specific sculptures and performances.

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elspeth diedrix artist photographer

elspeth diedrix artist photographer

elspeth diedrix artist photographer

elspeth diedrix artist photographer

elspeth diedrix artist photographer

elspeth diedrix artist photographer

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Jeff
Jeff Hamada is the Founder and Editor of Booooooom. He lives and works in Vancouver.



  • “oh man”

    my exact words when scrolling through these gems.
    thanks for the show.

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  • emily

    Brill!
    I suppose i see what you mean, but it’s the difference between just getting a snap-shot of something which you have worked out will translate well into photograph, or creating a situation in order to get that photo, that i think really makes them special.
    She’s got a great name too

  • nice. love it, srsly.

  • So much more interesting and engaging than what usually goes up on the iheartphotograph blog. …but i haven’t checked that site in a few months so hopefully this has made it up there. Really rad.

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  • Amazing stuff – the dynamic between the objects in the photos is fantastic.

  • These are brilliant. Thanks for sharing. Cheers from Chile.





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