Telescopic Vision

By Judith Perez

Apr 9, 2012 10:30am

The love of architecture and the relationship between space and structure are what lead Christopher Domakis to photograph. For Domakis, the medium accentuates geometric forms and alignment. In the images of  “ASIA.circle,” the circle frame that is also the perfect shape and represents peace symbolizes what’s seen through a mono-optical tool, similar to a telescope. It reverses and brings every picture back to how it is originally seen as a circle from the eyes before it becomes a rectangle through the lens of the camera. The reoccurring themes seen throughout Domakis’ work harmoniously incorporate architecture, travel and landscape.

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Kochkor, Kyrgyzstan

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Nong Khiaw, Laos

 

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Kratie, Cambodia

 

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Chongqing, China

 

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Vang Vieng, Laos

 

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Siem Reap, Cambodia

 

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Shanghai, China

 

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Erzurum, Turkey

 

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Kochkor, Kyrgyzstan

 

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Yangtze River, China

 

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Hotan, China

 

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