The essence of photography lies in its seemingly magical ability to catch shadows. Normally, this requires a camera, but not always. It can be done with light-sensitive paper by casting shadows and manipulating light or by chemically treating the surface. Cameraless photography is a seemingly contradictory term; a more apprehensible word would be shadow catchers.
I am interested in exploring cameraless photography as a way of showing things that cannot be caught by the naked eye. This photographic series of photograms is an investigation of the different ‘characters’ of water; the first light drops of a rain shower as well as the strong resisting movements of something dragged through the water.