Post 336-TC.net-01
Post 336-TC.net-02
Post 336-TC.net-03
Post 336-TC.net-04
Post 336-TC.net-05
Post 336-TC.net-06
Post 336-TC.net-07
Post 336-TC.net-08
Post 336-TC.net-09
Post 336-TC.net-10
Post 336-TC.net-11
Post 336-TC.net-12
Zakaria Wakrim is a photographer coming from Morocco. You would expect that in this post we will feature some distinctive or picturesque photos of his city Cassablanca, but no. Meanwhile is one of his personal projects that is based on his time obsession after having tasted a glimpse of the European lifestyle. It is an experimental project with a number of black and white blurry photos. It may sound vapid or dull, but it’s not as only one part of each photo is blurry making the photograph a bit metaphysical, a bit abstract. It’s like Wakrim is painting the colour of blurriness.

The metaphysics of light is truly fascinating. Photography enlightens and testifies to our emotions and reveals to us our deepest consciousness. It lets us have this aesthetic concern, which is nothing else than a tangible trace of the meta-conscientious stellar dust that we are.

Zakaria Wakrim is an engineer who currently lives in Casablanca, Morocco. His photography interest began 6 years ago while studying optics and the human visual perception, a feeling that was triggered by a simple luminous captured frame. Photography for Wakrim is sort of a witness, a lyrical way to be presented. It allows you to stand back and see further, to grasp the shape of things. To extract emotional content from a visual frame.

images source: zakariawakrim.com

« »