Shape and color

Young Talents x Marset

Shape and color

Olga de la Iglesia

Olga de la Iglesia is an artist and photographer from Barcelona, whose work explores the boundaries between fashion and documentary photography. She explores the narrative possibilities of visual analogies between colors and shapes in a series of photos using the Dipping Light collection, following the principles of painting where within the four lines of a frame she conveys an exact balance of shapes, colors, and textures.

“Color does not exist without light, light guides us to new places, awakens us, and we always look for it to fill our being. The Egyptians invented candles, Edison the light bulb. My photographs, depicting candles and the Dipping Light collection of different shapes and colors, aim to create a harmony of light and capture the history that separates and unites them as objects that illuminate our lives, our homes.”

Olga de la Iglesia

Her work aims to blur the lines between the set and real life, and her projects usually delve into the relationship between colors and emotion. She uses fashion photography to create narratives that analyze and embrace the structures of diverse human societies. Olga is inspired by humans and by everything we’ve been creating around us: from the tools and objects we use everyday, to the spaces in which we stand and live.

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