photo by Andreas Gursky. "Noticing change is the key" (Federman, 2004). It is sometimes unclear what the true content of a media is displaying. This photo is an example of scale, pattern and perspective. From my cultural background I may interpret the black lines as roads, however when you look deeper that interpretation cannot be true based on the direction and scale. It urges a deeper analysis of the image and the cultural contexts at play. Source: Pinterest
I like this photo by Andreas Gursky because it is in a lot of detail even in the background of the photo. To improve it I would add a few different coloured wheels or items to add interest.
German visual artist Andreas Gursky is often recognized for his enormous architecture and landscape color photographs, often using an aerial vantage point, frequently identifying systematized aspects of culture.