I created this photograph series in 1997, during my Bachelor of Fine Arts at the Art Academy in Den Bosch in the Netherlands.
Originally there were 17 photographs. But these ten photographs are the only ones I currently have. But I hope I still have the original filmstrips somewhere.
I took the photographs with an analog SLR photo camera. Meaning to create these photographs, I used celluloid film.
Dr. Stress was a gender-free green-leathered human-size person-shaped figure.
These photographs I made in the school’s photo studio with a cable release. A long wire connected to the camera, which I used as a self-timer.
During the photo shooting, I felt very hurried since the genitor of the school was knocking on the door and was asking what I was doing. And I remember thinking, I am not doing anything wrong, I can be here since I booked this time slot. But at the same time, I was worried if they could see me because my poses are very intimate. And as well I was agitated, because this was my artistic time, I was thinking leave me alone. Why what are you doing? I am maybe creating art.
Although stressful probably this is good since it created some urgency or emotion in the photographs. So they are shots in movement and not static staged photographs.
I was having a session with Dr. Stress, and I was actually feeling stressed.—I could not have planned this.
When you choose the unicum version of this photograph, you will receive the only version of this photograph I have in print. Only you will have one. Not even I will have it.
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Size: 2500 Dpi wide.
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