Kim Høltermand navigates his world as if he’s the last man on Earth. His works allow us to see form as does their architect, whether that be through the eyes of the men who planned them or through the processes of nature and time.
Kim Høltermand navigates his world as if he’s the last man on Earth. He records built environments, simplifying the buildings and structures that interest him down to their simplest geometric elements.
Wrapped in an atmospheric stillness, he removes all signs of passing from his subjects and hints at human intervention without ever allowing us to witness interaction. He leaves only symmetry and form.
His natural environments echo only stillness; he captures timelessness, uses water to reflect organic forms to suggest a higher, more ordered consciousness is at hand. His work allows us to see these forms as does their architect, whether that be through the eyes of the men who planned them or through the processes of nature and time.
From his site: Born 1977 Kim Høltermand is a freelance architectural and landscape photographer from Denmark. Kim was born into a creative family with both his father and grandfather being artists; his grandfather once worked as an architect. In addition to his burgoing career in photography which only began a few years ago, Kim Høltermand’s day job has him working as a fingerprints expert in the Crime Scene Unit of The Danish National Police.
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