Fascinated by temporality and duality, Dutch artist Berndnaut Smilde creates and photographs real life clouds inside empty spaces. No photoshop involved here, folks. He starts by regulating the temperature and humidity of the space and then sprays a short burst from a fog machine to create a perfect little cloud that suspends long enough for him to capture it with his camera. Beautiful.
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