We are very excited to welcome 25th Century to Klio, an art collaborative from LA (and all over the world originally) at the forefront of cinemagraphic techniques, especially using drone photography.
They have created a unique set of five works for Klio using stunning oceanographic photography shot with the latest drone technology and lots of spiritual yearning.
Lucas Ighile has had addresses on three different continents and 11 different cities. He is a self-described interpreter of space and terminally chill. Ayla El-Moussa is a farm girl turned magazine editor turned visual artist.
25th century is their brainchild, the channel through which they express and showcase their work as artists. As the name suggests their vision is anchored in the perpetual future, connecting the dots and pursuing an ever changing and evolving form of human expression: creating works of art trying to put a ding in the canvas we call the universe.
This particular series is from a study titled Formless.
To quote them:
The modern human has slowly been disconnecting from nature, even though evolution has genetically programmed us to thrive and function best in it. We believe there has never been a more important time in history to join the conversation between the elements. To become formless and flexible, remembering our shared heritage with the Mother Nature: able to crash through life like a wave yet also be as subtle as an afternoon breeze. To be formless is to be in tune with what and who you are: an infinite potential. It is a study that has become a practice in our everyday life in order to empty our minds and be free of rigidity.