Kaleidoskopmaschine
Artist/
Digital artist

Kaleidoskopmaschine

Digital artist

Bio

It was in 2001 when she got her hands on a digital camera. The main difference to analog photography was the sheer number of pictures! The inhibition to waste one out of 36 suddenly disappeared and radically changed the view. Photography became an obsession. Extended hikes were hardly possible any more because the world was now full of "motifs". As beautiful, sensational, surprising or witty as the photos were, she seemed to be missing something in the flood of images. Without really repeating itself, there was a vague sense of redundancy. She began to alienate images of organic structures more and more, to represent them with false colors and at some point to depict them on three-dimensional surfaces. Inspired by the art of Afghan carpet weavers, the motif faded more and more into the background and became a spherical mapping, hidden in a kind of mandala. New technologies emerge and so it is now breaking free from the corset of three-dimensional projection surfaces. Her pictures are still based on real motifs, now only projected onto the surface of her emotions, inexplicable, enigmatic and beautiful ...

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