Suzanne Saroff’s playful yet precarious: bubblegum sculptures on the verge of popping

Suzanne Saroff (previously featured), a photographer known for her fascination with the ephemeral, has turned her lens to a surprising subject: bubblegum. In her latest series, Saroff captures the delicate and often grotesque forms of bubblegum sculptures, poised on the brink of bursting. These playful yet precarious creations embody the fleeting beauty that Saroff finds so captivating.

Saroff’s photographs not only capture the visual intrigue of the bubblegum forms, but also evoke a sense of nostalgia. Chewing gum is a childhood favorite for many, and Saroff’s work taps into the memories and associations that come flooding back with a simple pop. The precarity of the bubblegum sculptures adds a layer of tension to the images, reminding us of the impermanence of things. Just as a bubble inevitably bursts, so too do our childhood memories fade over time.

Saroff’s playful and thought-provoking series is a testament to the beauty that can be found in the everyday. By elevating the humble bubblegum to the status of high art, she challenges us to see the world around us with fresh eyes.

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Leandro Lima
Leandro Limahttps://visualflood.com
CEO-founder of Visualflood. A Brazilian fine art photographer, among other things, who loves visual arts, nature, science, and innovative technologies.

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