TooLess 3D versions of the photographs of the TooLess series create a miss perception of the human brain. The first layer of the photo texture is formed by very small black and white copies of the same photo and when they all come together it makes the color version of the same photo. The photo names indicate the number of small photos in each panel. There is a difference in the detail and the perception of the different photographs from the distance they are viewed. Normally the human eye focuses on the first layer so the viewer can not recognize all the detail in the whole photo when close to it. You can appreciate the body of the model in all its detail when you are around 5 meters away. These exhibited series of photographs, 3 editions in each in 3D (3 or 4 Layer) are produced with a special backlighting and a wooden frame. The other 3 editions are produced using a C-Print & museum plexiglass sandwich which is mounted on an aluminum composite panel.
TooLess 4420, 2018
Koray Erkaya, born in Turkey in 1964, is a photographer and author based in Toronto, Canada. He began his career working as a fashion and advertising photographer for magazines, advertising agencies and clients. In May 2010, he was invited as an honored guest to take part in a photo exhibition in the “Festival Europeen de la photo de Nu” with the “Don’t Tell Mamma” series.
After 2010, he became more interested in fine art photography and started to work on themed projects that he creates through nude photography. After the silent and peaceful protest in Istanbul Gezi Park in 2013, he prepared the photography exhibition “Invacuo” emphasizing the heavy use of tear gas on innocent protestors. The book with the same name was published in the same year.
He has opened 7 solo and 34 combined exhibitions worldwide. Among his well-known series are: Don’t Tell Mama, Self Touches, Invacuo and TooLess.
Now, he focuses on creating installations such as special 3D frames and infinity mirror installations.
He is a member of AIAP (Association International des Arts Plastique) and accredited photographer from PPOC (Professional Photographers of Canada).