Eric STINGLHAMBER

 

Passionate about photography since he is a teenager, he produces images that he keeps for himself. In 2008 he decides to take out some photographs and to continue to create images that he wants both aesthetic and enigmatic, even ambiguous. His eye scans and cuts out to retain only a fragment of a scene, a place, a landscape, an object or a material.


No photographs presented required a large expedition to the end of the world, quite the contrary. His photography reveals what everyone could see if they took the time to look.


Stumps of trees, dead leaves, rusty pipes, old boards, rocks, ... are all sources of inspiration.


He likes to confuse the viewer by proposing subjects that can be interpreted differently according to his character, mood or desire.


His images must go beyond aesthetics to tell a story, to suggest a thought, to intrigue, to give "food for thought "

© Eric Stinglhamber