Asaf Kliger: ‘I am always surprised by what I see in the print.’.
(photo credit: JOSEFIN LINDBERG)
Today, people ceaselessly and eagerly snap photos with their cell phones and, less frequently, with bona fide digital cameras. But there aren’t many out there who still take pictures with film-based cameras, schlep the film to the camera shop and wait a day or so to get their prints back, not knowing how they will come out.Asaf Kliger eschews all that instant, user-friendly digital camera paraphernalia. As his work in the exhibition “Contemplating the Horizon” – which is running at the Vision gallery behind Nahalat Shiva as part of this year’s Manofim arts week – amply demonstrates, he is no rush to achieve the results he desires.
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