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In this animated snapshot photograph I worked with a dancer.
Her body could do things I never imagined somebody would be capable to do.
But what if one could even go more flexible? What if the body would transform into something else?
In the beginning of the animation, the body or sculpture starts to move gently and suddenly it dissolves, almost into nothing before it's being digitaly reborn. "Unidentified sculpture" explores the human condition and it's limitlessness.
Dan Cermak‘s career in photography began in 2001 in Switzerland. Fresh out of art school, he was invited to work with an array of swiss and international magazines. Weaving a unique synthesis of art and commerce, his photography became known for beeing powerful and dynamic, and not least for it‘s characteristic sense of humour.