Author: Mitar Terzic | Duration: 02:35min
Serbian born, Mitar Terzic lives in Spain, in Alicante. He practice photography for twenty years .Mitar presents a phantasmagoric universe with the masks that he draws and makes by himself. Black & white photos, in square format, are both intriguing and poetic and take us into a world where everyone can imagine his own versión of the story.
“I believe that every artist sees himself reflected in his own work. My photography is based on imagination and I consider it as the perfect vehicle/way to to show that world of imagination to others. I invent stories and characters which I then build with paper or any other material. This creative process is complex and sometimes time consuming. Taking the photo is only the last step.
The themes that inspire me are influenced by many factors like literature, cinema, music, comic, etc. This mixture of these influencing factors is what leads to my creative and esthetic profile and is the source of my ideas and projects. I like to use black and white photography. The mere fact of reducing the colour spectrum to grey tones generates images with a high visual impact and leaves the observer more space for his own interpretation.” –Mitar Terzic-