Lockdown Soap Bubbles Studies is a collection of works born out of the 2020 pandemic, and part of the wider Soap Bubbles Studies photography series which depicts soap bubbles floating in front of uninhabited natural landscapes. In place of the natural settings characteristics of the original images, Plank uses a photography backdrop of kitsch landscapes set up in her own backyard.
Started as a direct response to the travel restrictions imposed by Covid-19, the backdrop element of Lockdown offers a humorous twist on the impersonal photos of palm trees and idyllic beaches, for instance, prevalent as floor-to-ceiling wallpaper in the 70s and 80s. The resulting photographs don’t disguise the use of a backdrop; the highly saturated colours hint at an artificial perfection.
Each sale made from this series will contribute to the continuation of my long-term project Soapbubble Studies. Collectors will receive a postcard from my next shooting location.
There will be 3 hand-signed Fine Art Prints with 50x70cm raffled to a collector picked randomly as soon the whole series is sold out.
My backyard //Haselbach
Staged Travel Photography
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