Emanuele Moi pictures the daily encounters between art and abstraction

Emanuele Moi An Unbearable Sensibility Photography 3

This is an unpublished project premiered today on C41 Magazine.

Emanuele Moi was born in Rome, Italy, and moved to the UK to study photography. He graduated in 2019, obtaining a BA degree in Photography from Middlesex University, London.

Since graduating, he has been working on personal projects. His interest lies, in particular, in conceptual and fine art photography, and in visual culture in general.

About ‘An Unbearable Sensibility’ – words by Emanuele Moi:

“An Unbearable Sensibility” illustrates everyday encounters with art, nature, beauty, through a diaristic approach and an emotive eye.

The contemplation of artistic beauty, the experience of nature, and our place in relation to it, the idea of the existence or absence of higher powers, are instances in which a highly sensitive mind is overloaded with feelings. The images in this series intend to visually convey these occurrences, to represent not the objective physical attributes of their subjects, but rather their emotional content. Photographic imperfections and a degree of abstraction are employed as stylistic evidence of the immaterial nature of the subject matter.

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9 September 2020
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