Juxtapoz // Thursday, June 06, 2013
Dutch photographer Isabelle Wenzel's photographs are simple, playful and yet uncomfortable. By bending, twisting, and manipulating the human form into strange positions where the face is generally hidden, the movements of the subject become alien and unhuman. In her series, Building Images, she visited a highly organized business area and "opposing this strongly functional environment," photographed figures in non-functional positions. "It was my aim to turn the logic of an office upside down."