Libby Edwards – Collab (2012)
Not only a weird angle, this is rather unlike the rest of Edwards’ images.
The strobe bleaches right up to the very verge of burning away texture and color from flesh–waterline tracings still show a membranous sheen against skin.
Water fragments and refracts, a hissing sizzle bouncing between and dotting bodies; arcing strings stretching and shivering–quick silver in a vacuum tube.
And oh just look at all the secrets two hands hide in their showing.
Right edge of frame: a thirty party watching, approaching; casting a shadow figure bent beneath the spray. (The Observer Effect)EDIT: Alveoli Photography sees this differently. The ‘third’ hand is actually his left hand reaching over to trigger a short cable release. This makes more sense than my interpretation since the third person would have to be roughly 6’7" to account for the positioning i had in mind.)
- & her hand’s Apollian claiming a quote from the greatest sculptor, Bernini.
This is sexy a fuuuck.