As soon as she obtained her bachelor’s degree in art photography, Iringó Demeter left her native Transylvania for the city of London with the objective of conquering new horizons and exploring the human body in all its forms. Lulled since childhood by “calm and nature,” Iringó continually seeks to transcribe this calmness in most of her shots, allowing her to be as close as possible to her subjects. “The act of setting up a scene and being present with it until I find the right angle means something to me. It lifts me up like nothing else,” she continues.
It is with poetry that the photographer captures intimate pieces of intertwined or solitary bodies, giving a glimpse of beauty, sometimes natural, sometimes imperfect. The predominance of black and white in her photographs immerses the viewer in an angelic, even idyllic, atmosphere. Iringó pays particular attention to the tonality used in his shots. “Visually, emotionally, it doesn’t matter, the color has to add something coherent to what I’m looking at,” concludes the photographer. Indeed, this decision will greatly influence the final rendering of each of her creations.