Using long exposures to track human movement in and out of space, the subjects of Matthew Pillsbury’s photographs often appear blurred. In this way, his work juxtaposes the solidity of the space itself with the constant motion of human existence.
Pictured: Les Esclave de Michel Ange, Musée du Louvre, 2010, by Matthew Pillsbury.
Colossus of Constantine, Giant Hand, (Roman c.325) Musei capitolini Rome
M. C. Escher, Scarabaeoidea (Copris lunaris), 1950.
Self portrait pregnant NYC, 1945