As I already did in my landscapes I try to achieve a balance between the artificiality of the avatars and the emotional affection they allow. The viewer is attracted and held on distance at the same time.
AXEL ANKLAM · KATHERINE E. BASH · CHRISTIAN FROSCH · WOLFGANG GANTER · THOMAS HENNINGER · ANNIKA HIPPLER · GERHARD MANTZ · NICOLA SWIETKOWIAK · BERNHARD VIERLING · JULIUS WEILAND
12. MAI - 5. AUG 2018
Donnerstag bis Sonntag 11-18 Uhr
Mittwochs nach Vereinbarung (für Gruppen ab 10 Person)
An Feiertagen 12-18 Uhr
Artists: Lykke Andersen, Thomas Bangsted, Morten Barker, Kelli Conell, Keith Cottingham, Filip Dujardin, Jeannette Ehlers, Peter Funch, Niklas Goldbach, Beate Gütschow, Craig Kalpakjian, Yang Yong Liang, Gerhard Mantz, Osamu James Nakagawa, Robert Overweg, Jesper Rasmussen, Johan Rosenmunthe, Eva Stenram, Myne Søe-Pedersen, Ryan Trecartin, Ebbe Stubb Wittrup.
Photography has always been closely linked to the reality it depicts. But what does it look like when, in the digital age, artists create photographs that are the result of serious manipulation on a
computer? The Photography Biennale 2018 gives us an impression of post-photographic photography. The participating artists all create amazing photographs that are almost impossible to distinguish from reality. But on closer inspection, the photos reveal the most surprising details that make us doubt whether we can entirely trust our own eyes.
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