For Flashback Schuurman addresses the aftermath of the act of taking a photograph.
Magnified images of blown-out or defective flashbulbs allow us to look closer at the potentially destructive power of light.
The smooth glass surface becomes mangled with bulbous discoloration, while wires are tangled inside.
The image captured with the bulbs is discarded. Schuurman focuses instead on the process, highlighting the transformation and destruction behind the photograph.
(excerpt text: Julie Gaspard)
Inkjetprints on aluminium, framed, museumglass, 75 x 112 cm. 2021