Ingmar Swalue creates graphic, colorful, and intriguing photos. Swalue's latest series center on visual impossibilities without objects and with few external cues. By folding the paper in such a way that planes visually disappear, Swalue captures a shape which is impossible to re-create in the real 3D work. The result is a minimalistic way of undermining the classical view of photography (that of photography as a reflection of the real world). Every form of manipulation is always present in modern and old photography, even without the use of digital tools. The photos were part of an exhibition Still/Life-Contemporary Dutch Photography that traveled China in 2015.