Incubus by Andras Ikladi
  1. An evil spirit that lies on persons in their sleep, especially one that has sexual intercourse with women while they are sleeping
  2. One that oppresses or burdens like a nightmare

“Andras Ikladi’s Incubus presents a profound, enigmatic, and ultimately haunting exploration of stories of contemporary witchcraft through the medium of photography by synthesising elements of 20th-century surrealism and medieval mysticism, amalgamating the dichotomy of the spiritual and the profane, weaving together the aesthetic threads of disparate traditions to create an arresting series of diptychs that simultaneously evoke the grittiness of Japanese snapshot photography, the heritage of Hungarian surrealists like Brassaï, and the otherworldly undertones of sorcery.”


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