Competition Gallery

 

Tereza Zelenkova

Zabriskie Point, from 'Supreme Vice'

Course: BA Photographic Arts, University of Westminster

 

Supreme Vice evolved from the photographer’s interest in the 19th century occult revival that took place in the Western world.

The work contemplates our susceptibility to irrational beliefs that often grow from the desire to make sense of the natural (dis)order of things. However, while this project reflects on a 19th and early 20th century context, the photographs invoke death as the only objective truth of our everyday? existence. Nothing is real, everything is permitted.

www.terezazelenkova.com


Cape, from 'Supreme Vice'

Course: BA Photographic Arts, University of Westminster

 

Supreme Vice evolved from the photographer’s interest in the 19th century occult revival that took place in the Western world.

The work contemplates our susceptibility to irrational beliefs that often grow from the desire to make sense of the natural (dis)order of things. However, while this project reflects on a 19th and early 20th century context, the photographs invoke death as the only objective truth of our everyday? existence. Nothing is real, everything is permitted.

www.terezazelenkova.com


Unicursal Hexagram Tattoo

Course: BA Photographic Arts, University of Westminster

 

Supreme Vice evolved from the photographer’s interest in the 19th century occult revival that took place in the Western world.

The work contemplates our susceptibility to irrational beliefs that often grow from the desire to make sense of the natural (dis)order of things. However, while this project reflects on a 19th and early 20th century context, the photographs invoke death as the only objective truth of our everyday? existence. Nothing is real, everything is permitted.

www.terezazelenkova.com


Bones, from 'Supreme Vice'

Course: BA Photographic Arts, University of Westminster

 

Supreme Vice evolved from the photographer’s interest in the 19th century occult revival that took place in the Western world.

The work contemplates our susceptibility to irrational beliefs that often grow from the desire to make sense of the natural (dis)order of things. However, while this project reflects on a 19th and early 20th century context, the photographs invoke death as the only objective truth of our everyday? existence. Nothing is real, everything is permitted.

www.terezazelenkova.com


Canon Docre, from 'Supreme Vice'

Course: BA Photographic Arts, University of Westminster

 

Supreme Vice evolved from the photographer’s interest in the 19th century occult revival that took place in the Western world.

The work contemplates our susceptibility to irrational beliefs that often grow from the desire to make sense of the natural (dis)order of things. However, while this project reflects on a 19th and early 20th century context, the photographs invoke death as the only objective truth of our everyday? existence. Nothing is real, everything is permitted.

www.terezazelenkova.com


Untitled I, from 'Supreme Vice'

Course: BA Photographic Arts, University of Westminster

 

Supreme Vice evolved from the photographer’s interest in the 19th century occult revival that took place in the Western world.

The work contemplates our susceptibility to irrational beliefs that often grow from the desire to make sense of the natural (dis)order of things. However, while this project reflects on a 19th and early 20th century context, the photographs invoke death as the only objective truth of our everyday? existence. Nothing is real, everything is permitted.

www.terezazelenkova.com


Lilith, from 'Supreme Vice'

Course: BA Photographic Arts, University of Westminster

 

Supreme Vice evolved from the photographer’s interest in the 19th century occult revival that took place in the Western world.

The work contemplates our susceptibility to irrational beliefs that often grow from the desire to make sense of the natural (dis)order of things. However, while this project reflects on a 19th and early 20th century context, the photographs invoke death as the only objective truth of our everyday? existence. Nothing is real, everything is permitted.

www.terezazelenkova.com


Eye, from 'Supreme Vice'

Course: BA Photographic Arts, University of Westminster

 

Supreme Vice evolved from the photographer’s interest in the 19th century occult revival that took place in the Western world.

The work contemplates our susceptibility to irrational beliefs that often grow from the desire to make sense of the natural (dis)order of things. However, while this project reflects on a 19th and early 20th century context, the photographs invoke death as the only objective truth of our everyday? existence. Nothing is real, everything is permitted.

www.terezazelenkova.com


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