authenticity and genuineness. People using photo editing are quickly scorned as glorifying reality. In my work it is just the opposite: Sometimes it takes a special technique to get a little closer to the truth or to look under the surface or behind the facade of something - similar to an x-ray. Because of the extensive workshop process in the studio I call my work rather sculptures or photography art.
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above. What do you think intrigues people by this view from the top? The view from above, the English expression is „God‘s Eye View“, serves presumably primarily our interest in voyeurism and our sense of grandeur. My work reminds people of a short view into a doll’s house as well as of a surveillance camera shoot. The sense for grandeur in my Room Portraits is apparently joined by something untenable or floating. How has your personal view on rooms,
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