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The Red Line: Photography Project by Nicolas Rivals

Published Dec 22, 2016

“La Línea Roja” (The Red Line) is the latest project by French photographer Nicolas Rivals, featuring geometric light installations across the Spanish countryside.

“A red line woven over a journey through Spain, to connect Man with nature. A red line to fix a moment of poetry. Unreal scenes which existed for a night to disappear in the morning.
An installation left as a proposition to the natural world.
A luminous harmony between will and chance.
Between tribute and sacrilege.
Between the beautiful and the strange.
An aesthetic research on shapes engaging in a dialogue with an asymmetrical nature.”

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