Infinite Moment in Time
A distinct moment in time, the breaking of a clock, all mirrored infinitely towards the horizon. In this fascinating photographic series, Fabian Oefner’s latest visual quest finds it’s origin somewhere deep inside our own perception of reality and time.
Beauty beyond the eye of the beholder, Fabian Oefner for BASF color pigments.
SONY´s vivid new campaign motives were shot by Fabian in cooperation with the Agency DDB Berlin
This series is part of Oefner`s exploration of Iridescence. For this experiment, Oefner poured water into a black reservoir. With the aid of a syringe, he then added small drops of oil onto the water surface. Upon contact with the water, the oil started to expand and form into magnificent structures. Some of them seem to look like stars exploding, others look like a photograph of the iris.
„Disintegrating Series” is a suite of photographs of high performance cars that appear to have blown apart. Three years after the release of the first set, Fabian Oefner has created five additional photographs, we are just announced in the M.A.D. Gallery in Dubai.
FERRARI - State of the Art
Fabian Oefner recently visited Ferrari’s headquarters in Maranello to interpret the latest Ferrari Grand Tourer, the 2015 California T as an art form through his eyes. The resulting video is an exploration of the essence of the California T. It encapsulates the pillars of purposeful design and perpetual innovation that are constants in the creation of all of Ferraris.
Fabian Oefner (born 1984, Switzerland)
is a curious investigator, photographer and artist, whose work moves between the fields of art and science. His images capture in unique and imaginative ways natural phenomena that appear in our daily lives, such as sound waves, centripetal forces, iridescence, or the unique properties of magnetic ferroliquids. His exploration of the unseen and poetic facets of the natural world is an invitation, as he says, „to stop for a moment and appreciate the magic that constantly surrounds us.“
Oefner’s photographs have been exhibited in various countries and are part of private collections around the globe. Besides pursuing his own projects, he also collaborates with influential international brands on ad campaigns and art projects. He works and lives in Switzerland.