A KALTBLUT exclusive editorial and film. Spanish artist Boris Edrosa González teamed up with designer Euphemio Fernández. The designs are from three different collections: “Manifesto” (manifest), “Los Amantes” (lovers) and “Los Odiosos”(the odious). The themes that are treated are death, love and hatred as the engine of human relationships in all its breadth. I have called the editorial “Horizon” in relation to the Time as the limit of the human being for such concepts, creating a diluted and contrasted image, in such a way that photography visually responds to a feeling of limits, with only one possible way: the horizon, where after death there is only darkness and ignorance.
Boris Edrosa González (Visp Valais, Switzerland. 1992): is a Spanish photographer who is attracted to fashion as a creative vehicle where different disciplines and techniques can be combined (film, virtual animation, 3D). Since he was a child he was interested in the field of arts but he did not feel any special attention for photography until beginning his studies in the Bachelor of Fine Arts of the UCM (Madrid), which he left for study the Official Degree of Photography in Escuela TAI (URJC, Madrid) being part of the first national promotion that finished that kind of studies.
In practice, he leans towards research in relation to how changes in the image of the digital age have repercussions in a professional, social and creative way in the field of fashion photography, where the concepts surrounding this discipline begin to fade. It moves away from the idea of serving photography to serve the image itself since the freedom provided by the mix of current programs and techniques allows a closer approximation to the idea that a creator has in mind.
The themes he deals with usually adapt to the projects he does with other artists or creators, although he always suggests a mystical, unreal and dreamy approach.