SCULPTORS AND THEIR WORK
This is what I dear to call: "The real work..."
Photographing sculptures is tremendously challenging! As a photographer all you have are 2 DIMENSIONS to represent what is essentially 3 DIMENSIONAL.
Here, Writing With Light is the only real tool left to 'suggest' the third dimension so it is' visualized' in two dimensions.
As a photographer, in this particular domain, absolutely no personal interpretations are allowed. All what is permitted is carefully 'exploring' the strict personal world of the sculptor in order
to detect the essence of the inspiration addressed by the artist through that particular pice of art and broadcasting it.
I am just a reporter, reporting what I see, delivering the sculptor's message (all tough 'objectivity' does not exist in photography).
By the way, "Is the medium the message"?