Mapping bodies By Omer Ga'ash


By (author): Omer Ga'ash

Title: Mapping bodies

Subtitle: Somatic Landscapes


In his work, Omer creates somatic landscapes by exploring the human form. His work is a delicate reflection of his diverse background, as well as precise directing showing both the body and the place as a symbiotic system. In this book you will see three themes: Body with Body, Body and Architecture and Body in Nature. Surrealistic photos, somatic landscapes, all Ga’ash creates by setting his models in a frame to tell the story of a place. Today, Omer is based in London, where he graduated from Goldsmiths University.

ISBN: 978-1-915600-69-1

Book language: English

Publishing house: Snap Collective Publishing

Publication date: 2/01/2023


Number of pages: 192

Category: Photography

Keywords: photography, bodies, body, environment, nature, landscape, relation, art, human, mapping, nudity, structure, city, architecture, goldsmiths, models, surrealism, somatic ladscape

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