02.07.15 by Kory Kingsley

Photographer Grant Gill

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Wonderful photographs from Photographer Grant Gill and his series titled The Recondite. Take a look at more images below.

“Consoled by these images, I move past the mundane, physical world. In doing so, ethereal landscapes, tenuous happenings, and visual metaphors are created, enforcing the idea that reality is not linear. This series of phenomena considers concepts of the magical and perceptual, and feeds into my questions on existence.

These events are the recondite — not of ordinary understanding.

Each image is an attempt at answering the purposed questions of permanence, in which I find to be far greater than myself. I feel these answers will never fully surface. Of my own certainty, these phenomena give reason, and find content in illusion.”

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Kory Jean Kingsley
Kory is a photographer living in Savannah, Georgia. She is currently an editor at Aint-Bad Magazine.







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