Wall People – Eka Sharashidze

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Georgian-born, Berlin-based photographer Eka Sharashidze creates intricately detailed and almost obsessively repetitive photo collages.For this project, entitled Wall People, Sharshidze photographed everyday passers-by and combined them together in rows and sequences, often repeating one person several times to create an image that begs to be analysed in detail in order to be appreciated in its entirety. The people walking, biking and standing conversing have been frozen in movement, their journeys captured on camera in a temporary freeze-frame of artificial encounters whilst they continue onwards in real life.

Via Collabcubed. And check out some more work here.

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