"Keeping the flour out of your eyes so they didn't paper mache shut was difficult! The end result was even more beautiful than I could imagine! The photos though are absolutely stunning and look explosive and peaceful at the same time!"
—Aisha Alfa, one of the models for "Airborne" exhibit
When I used to see Anne Geddes' photographs I'd wonder how she came up with such great ideas, photographing infants in such a creative way. Now, when I see Winnipeg photographer Rodney Braun's work I wonder the same thing.
SCENE featured Braun's work Skin and Soul in December, 2011. His new project, Airborne looks at how our movements impact the air around us. He uses flour from the kitchen and mixes it with dance, light and movement to demonstrate what is possible.
The photographs seen above evoke an aura of playfulness, carefree creativity and originality.
Airborne opens Thursday, April 5 at Pixels 2.1 Gallery (217 McDermot Ave.) and runs until May 5.