Creating unearthly scenes that question our perception of reality, the works of Ilka Kramer take the viewer on a journey to another dimension with her stunning photographer series ‘MalaNazar‘.

Showcasing at this year’s Rencontres d’Arles summer festival in southern France, Kramer is inspired by architecture and the people around her.

ILKA KRAMER PHOTOGRAPHY | Photography by © Ilka Kramer

ILKA KRAMER PHOTOGRAPHY | Photography by © Ilka Kramer

ILKA KRAMER PHOTOGRAPHY | Photography by © Ilka Kramer

ILKA KRAMER PHOTOGRAPHY | Photography by © Ilka Kramer

ILKA KRAMER PHOTOGRAPHY | Photography by © Ilka Kramer

ILKA KRAMER PHOTOGRAPHY | Photography by © Ilka Kramer

ILKA KRAMER PHOTOGRAPHY | Photography by © Ilka Kramer

Speaking about her project, Kramer says:

“In a time where we lose direct contact with nature, we accede to it only by the view. In a car or train, in houses and protected by architecture, nature is ‘framed’ and perceived like an image, invites to contemplation, but isn’t any more a physical experience.”

References

Ignant (2016) Ilka Kramer’s Otherworldly Landscapes [Online] Available at http://Http://www.ignant.de/2016/06/28/ilka-kramers-otherworldly-landscapes/ [Accessed 12/6/16]

Ignant (2016) ILKA KRAMER PHOTOGRAPHY [Online] Available at http://Http://ilkakramerphotography.blogspot.co.uk/ [Accessed 12/8/16]

Ilka kramer (2016) Ilkakramer. [Online] Available at http://Http://www.ilkakramer.com/ [Accessed 12/8/16]