Disappearing Objects is a photographic series on magician's secret tools. These tiny artefacts, usually concealed in the magician's hand, bear uncanny resemblance to something that is ultimately familiar – the body. A serial presentation on a stark background encourage viewers to question their own personal relationship to them. These unrecognizable things come into focus as possessing an ostensible function by way of levers, switches, small pulleys, and other minor technologies that are fused with anthropomorphic representations of body parts.
Disappearing Objects is conceived as a book project, featuring a fiction story by writer Jordan Hruska, published by bruno.
→ Presented at Offprint during Paris Photo 2018.
→ Exhibited at bruno, Venezia.
→ Reviewed by WIRED, il Post, PHROOM and ZERO.
→ Shortlisted for the D&AD Awards.