'‘Where are they going?’ is an open ended question to my work depicting clouds. My childhood fascination with these big white masses of water droplets increased with time, and photography has helped me get a step closer to them. Clouds are travellers, they do not belong anywhere really. They might increase in mass but also decrease to nothing. They are in constant flux and just like our thoughts they can grow or diminish to nothing. I present my cloud imagery in black and white with no visible skyline to evoke a sense of ambiguity and leave more room for interpretation to the viewer. Their grandeur has been depicted by painters like John Constable and William Turner. '
Therese Debono - Passing By
Publisher: Ede Books (2015)
Format:148 x 210 mm
Therese Debono is a visual artist working in the medium of photography. She is most comfortable capturing stories by shooting out in the streets, depicting the mundane yet extraordinary life of humans - while remaining equally fascinated with the aloof clouds passing by up above.
Recently graduated from the University of Malta with a Masters of Fine Arts in Digital Arts, her aspirations are varied but always include a camera in hand and a spring in her step capturing life as it happens.