There’s something about Davis Ayer’s works that continuously draws me back. The nostalgic hues, the dreamlike aesthetic, his haunting use of double exposure, flares and chemical manipulations lie at the heart of the artist’s perception of beauty.
The photographs host a majestic movement of tones and textures; elements that inspire tapestries of sounds and patterns. Ayer predominantly captures the nude female form within desolate and dry landscapes, evoking a sense of freedom as our eyes follow the surrounding colours in their unbridled interplay.
His work maintains a sense of timelessness. Its vintage qualities embody film stills of the past, yet the psychedelic array of colours lean towards the future.