écal

Diploma project, ECAL 2020

in BACHELOR PHOTOGRAPHY

by Mina Albespy


Empty and silent, Zen gardens invite visitors to become involved in states of mental transition in which scale, content and meaning evolve, giving them a mysterious poetic quality. In this globalised world of instant gratification, we are detached from the natural order of things. Through this graduation work I wish to open a reflection on time, space and emptiness on the scale of the Japanese garden which proves that it is possible to cultivate a place of discovery where we can invent something new for ourselves, and therefore for the world.


 Hollow Stones

 Hollow Stones

 Hollow Stones