"Szenarien"

FEB 2020  -   ONGOING

Why do we feel connected with friends or family and sometimes ignore strangers? How are these invisible bonds in life created and how can a form of „togetherness“ or human interaction be expressed?

 

Looking for a medium that lays between photography and moving image. I am convinced, that a journey or period of time can be visualized in a single picture! I want to create an image which shows, how two or more people spend time together. 

 

Whenever I see somebody these days, I place a cyanotype underneath or in the space between us. Allowing for interaction to happen on top of it. This creates a blueprint, a mark of our social activity and interaction over time. More than the click of a button, and the freezing of specific situation, the cyanotype records what the camera never could. As it is not about a moment, but recording all ongoing events, taken place over a period of time, in one image.  

 

It is interesting to me, because my last work dealt with similar emotions but in the public space. I was capturing human emotions and the feeling of being alone, within the shortest of time frames. Now I am focusing on private interactions, that have been made so much more precious in these uncertain times of the corona pandemic.

Maxi Pfeil Cyanotype

"having dinner outside"

60 x 80 cm sized cyanotype on
Canson Aquarellkarton 200 gsm

Maxi Pfeil Cyanotype

"sunday gardening"

A4 sized cyanotype on
Canson MMI 200 gsm

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"new year's brunch"

110 cm diameter cyanotype on Canson MMI 200 gsm

Maxi Pfeil Cyanotype

"a conversation between two lovers"

A4 sized cyanotype on

Canson MMI 200 gsm
 

Maxi Pfeil Cyanotype

"BBQ at the studio"

60 x 80 cm sized cyanotype on

Canson aquarellkarton 200 gsm
 

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single show "Szenarien"
with "zweizweizwei"

currated by Javier Gastelum