The “Future History” series of architectural photos depicts the inner and outer worlds of Daniel Libeskind’s sculptural composition of architectural forms and crystalline angles of the Royal Ontario Museum. The photos represent the Michael Lee-Chin Crystal and Stairs of Wonder in the paused enlightenment of a photographer’s vision and the contemplative silence found in the light and shadows of the architecture itself. Each photo refers to a concept of imagining or envisioning the future through prediction, possibility, paradox, perception, and prescience.
John Kosmopoulos is a multiple international award-winning photographer who specializes in architecture, abstract, long exposure, and minimalist black and white fine art photography. His fine art photography has been featured in international publications, galleries, billboards, and books. He espouses an "eclectic aesthethic fine art" philosophy and a psychology of photography that he refers to as "vision drawing (oramagraphy)". He has written several treatises on practical fine art photography and conducts workshops throughout the world. Website: www.silverzenphotography.com