Images from Polish photographer Josef Schulz’s ‘Form’ series. The works begin as traditional, analogue photographs of halls, factories and storage facilities taken with a large-format camera. Images of common, mass-produced, industrial structures are then stripped of any individualising elements through digital manipulation. Void of logos, signs of aging or wear, and practical architectural elements such as doors and windows, these modern, utilitarian buildings become idealised versions of their original design concepts, without context or scale. By removing any indication of function or use, the structures are reduced to relationships between color, shape and form. The artist produces a two-dimensional “sculpture” of the original structure through the photographic and digital editing processes. The final photographs are not presented as objective views of reality; instead, the images are revealed as carefully composed constructions. See more images on roomonfire.net.