photographic works

Within the series of photographic works, which are being developed since 1997, the use of light is elementary for the motive of the picture. The same section of an image is exposed repeatedly, whereas, at the same time, partial lighting changes. Thus, light architectures and light bodies emerge within the existing real architecture. Thanks to this production technique, the light develops a material presence within clearly defined boundaries. As a consequence of alienating the photo, the underlying real architecture is reinterpreted in an almost magical way. This immaterial effect is not the result of manipulative image editing, but, instead, accrues from the classical photographic process itself.