With the inescapable transition to all things digital and the casting aside of ancient technologies, I’m glad to see many artists and photographers still finding inspiration from relics of the 20th Century. Stephan Tillmans is one such artist, his photographs, entitled Luminant Point Arrays, are snapped the moment a tube television is turned off, in the glorious limbo between electricity and nothingness. The shapes and visuals they create are unique and beautiful, odd morphed beams of light and deconstructed rays vanishing into the void.
See the full collection on his website here.
(Thanks to my good friend Bryan Ewsichek for the tip!)