3D Shadow


3D Shadow


“Minimalism means less is more” Sara Goli’s original photography embodies her artistic ethos both in its process and the content it depicts. A rough concrete wall joins a smoother stone flooring, connected by a slim wooden slat leaning and casting a jaunty shadow. The first look of this photo provides a simple aesthetic clean composition. Variance in texture and material is highlighted by the simple setup that pronounces the shadows as if treating them as another material entirely. With a long look, the composition may shift with the mind producing a more abstract interpretation. Shadow and wood pop out as the geometric center of the composition; a triangle floating in space through which a single line thread through. 

This piece complements a modern space as a framed photo for the wall. It encapsulates two worlds of art: photography and geometric abstraction. By doing so it also makes subtle comment and reminder that despite the critique and trends, art interpretation and perspective remains a subjective experience. 

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Sara Goli | Tehran

Sara Goli was born in 1989 in Tehran. From the age of 20, she started teaching English at different levels and at different ages, which she has been doing ever since. At first, photography was just a hobby, but after a while, due to her interest in details, she decided to choose a style in photography and started working professionally.

She has a honorary diploma and ribbon iaap, honorary diploma from bnw minimalism magazine, photo printing in several magazines including 256 France and book of the year in Portugal.

“Im a minimalist and fine art photographer that im interested in street, shadows, urban spaces and style. I am a winner in sony 2021 awards”.

Winner of the Siena International Photo Awards 2022