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  • Stephen Diebold

    "kolorit - purple" by Katrin Korfmann - aerial photos of Hindu color festival

  • Angelica Xy

    Holi festival of colours in India, aerial photo by Katrin Korfmann. plentyofcolour_katrin1

  • delancey

    Katrin Korfmann - Art Crush

  • Elaine

    I love the aerial photography of Katrin Korfmann and the striking way she highlights the beauty and chaos of people and places. What gorgeous colour madness she captures at Holi in India as thousands of people throw vibrant powder. Katrin layers several recordings of a place into one image so both time progression and the energy of a location can be felt.

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Katrin Korfmann - Vrindavan, India (2012)

In this series of photo collages, entitled Count for Nothing, the progression of time becomes visible by layering several recordings of a given place together to construct a singular image. Various instants in time are being linked as if they took place at the same moment, offering a spatial experience of the progression of time.

Holi Festival, India. A Hindu spring tradition where people throw brightly colored, perfumed powder at each other in celebration of spring.

India / Holi Festival Holi is great because during this festival, the people of India are encouraged to shirk the traditional restrictions of the caste system and interact between castes where they would otherwise be disinclined to do due to cultural norms.

Yellow Happy Holi, India No,it is turmeric powder offered to god

Holi paint powder! I really want to play :)