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"Not, of course, that the category of space had been abolished. (..) Space was still there; but it had lost its predominance. The mind was primarily concerned, not with measures and locations but with being and meaning.”
“(..) Poring over Judith’s skirts, there in the World’s Biggest Drug Store, I knew that Botticelli - and not Botticelli alone, but many others too- had looked at draperies with the same transfigured and transfiguring eyes as had been mine that morning. They had seen the Istigkeit, the Allness and Infinity of folded cloth and had done their best to render it in paint or stone. Necessarily, of course, without success.”
[Aldous Huxley, The Doors of Perception]


“I can’t keep from fooling around with our irrefutable certainties. It is, for example, a pleasure knowingly to mix up two and three dimensionalities, flat and spatial, and to make fun of gravity.”
[Maurits Cornelis Escher]


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#55, 2012
100x100 cm

#64, 2012
50x50 cm

(detail)

#52, 2012
90x90 cm

(detail)

#22, 2012
50x50 cm

(detail)

#67, 2012
50x50 cm

(detail)

#42, 2012
50x50 cm

(detail)

#17, 2011
50x50 cm

#58, 2012
100x100 cm

(detail)

#31, 2012
50x50 cm

#68, 2012
100x100 cm

 #32, 2011
30x30 cm

#47, 2012
100x100 cm

#70, 2012
50x50 cm

 #33, 2012
50x50 cm

#56L, 2012
80X160 cm

(detail)




Photography. Photography as an opportunity to take a fragment of reality and make it a meaning, but also, conversely, as an expedient to let a significance take possession of reality in the expression of its own essence. “Istigkeit” is a Photo-Graphic (de)construction experiment.


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2 0 1 4   w o r k s :
emptiness and fullness


#79, 2014
100X70 cm

(detail)

#71, 2014
50X50 cm

(detail)

#76, 2014
60X60 cm

#73, 2014
60X60 cm

#75, 2014
50X67 cm


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Limited Edition Carbon Inkjet Prints || Hahnemühle FineArt Paper

DOMUS cover / june2013