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And I used to look at the sky 2017

Die Werke eröffnen dem Betrachter einen neuen Wahrnehmungsraum, der mit jeder weiteren Betrachtung in Veränderung ist. Die Bilder der Zersetzung, Zersplitterung, Fäulnis und Oxidation wurden in einem Zeitraum von drei Jahren am Tiberufer in Rom aufgenommen und rahmen vorgefundene Realität und transformieren diese gleichzeitig in eine anmutige Fiktion. Der Blick des Betrachters setzt sich über Zerstörung und Verwitterung hinweg, sucht das Organische und Lebendige, lässt neue Landschaften entstehen - sie spiegeln das Leben des Flusses wider, das Treibenlassen, die Weitenüberlagerung, die Poesie im Verfall. „Die Begegnung mit der Achtlosigkeit, das Phänomen des Vergessens“ berührt in diesen Momenten. Es geht um ein Innehalten, darum, den Fokus auf vermeintlich nichtssagende Dinge zu lenken.

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In opening each photography, I found myself traveling within the photo, trying to analyze what I was looking at, trying to determine how this photo was made or what it is made of. This curiosity, for me, was very appealing and made me take the time and look at each image for several minutes.
I think what I found most interesting in these visuals, is this new type of photography/painting/abstract you have created here. It is hyper realistic based on its photographic nature, but there is something very painting like in these images. The layers of colors, textures and shapes really creates a unique hybrid of these two mediums to create a final result that is both intriguing and beautiful.
Some of the images feel as if they were taken from above, as an aerial photography style, you managed to create mini worlds within these photos, creating a universe that is familiar yet very strange at the same time.
Honestly, I usually try and give some kind of feedback to the artists, something they could perhaps change, do, shape but I truly feel this project is not only complete but is done in such high intellect and quality that all I have left is to admire and enjoy it.
I would love to see this project in a book form.
Great work and I hope to see more of it in the future!"

LensCulture USA