forced to delay physical projects because of the lockdowns due to the COVID-19 pandemic, reisinger studio spent about a month photographing its inner world. the result of the endeavor is a series dubbed a journey into the electric nature that portrays a serene, pastel-colored imaginary world that transcends the boundaries between dreams and reality, between the imagined and the concrete, where reality has been placed on hold while artistic impulses thrive.
images by reisinger andres and carlos neda for reisinger studio
in a journey into the electric nature, reisinger studio’s imagination is translated into visuals of blooming landscapes — some showing the vastness of flower fields while others portray nature taking over pink walls. they all talk about the outside world that we are all missing but remind us that our inner world is just as pleasing and expansive. the crispiness of the images, combined with a surreal aura, invites us to dream with what’s next — it could be a dinner al fresco with friends or a roadtrip around france’s lavender fields.
‘none of the images you see is a photograph or a recreation of the outer world,’comments andrés reisinger of reisinger studio.‘on the contrary, this project tries to capture unique and unrepeatable moments from the reisinger studio imagery.’ overall, the series operates within the zone of fact and fiction, revealing new possibilities.
name: a journey into the electric nature
designers: reisinger studio – andres reisinger and carlos neda
type: digital installation
sky paintings: mica lucas