With my Abstract Light Streaks series, I strive for expressing an exuberant fluidity of motion and dynamic use of colours. The actual process of creating dancing lights photography takes several steps and much patience. It begins with photographing in lowlight urban settings with lots of street traffic, and preferably, lots of neon signage. Next, I compose frames of moving lights using long shutter speeds. Once my original nighttime light photographs are captured, I can design my Abstract Light Streaks art pieces. I designed my first images in 2015. Since then, I have created nearly 500 photographs. Most of these art pieces are in a photographic subgenre of Rorschach Art, which I call, Fluid-Light Rorschach Art Photography. The art pieces; structures resemble Rorschach inkblots (bilateral symmetry) of ambiguous designs. My objective is to create curiosity and imagination in the viewer who might see something entirely different. This is the primary reason I love the creative freedom of making Rorschach Art.
Nawfal Johnson Nur is Based in Penang, Malaysia. Nawfal’s impressive abstract photography work includes nearly 3,000 art pieces. Nawfal is a freelance photographer and conceptual art photographer. His work has been published in several international magazines, including GOLD (Standard Chartered Bank), BLADE, Dance Teacher Now, and Dance Spirit magazines. He has also had solo exhibitions of his abstract photographic work in 2017 in Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia, sponsored by Novartis International AG, the Swiss multinational pharmaceutical company. He has several abstract photography series in his collection and primarily focuses on designing art pieces using light, smoke, and fire. Nawfal’s Abstract Light Streaks series is the largest in his collection of work. These works show vivid, flowing, twisting and turning explosions of light and colour. Nawfal’s work consists of many genres, but he is particularly interested in Abstract Rorschach Art. He is drawn to the ambidextrous nature of the bilateral symmetry of this style of mirrored art. When Nawfal titles a work, it is only his interpretation of what he experiences.