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Instant Fotografie von Christina Végh

Die meisten fotografischen Bilder nehmen wir heute digital vermittelt auf dem Computerbildschirm oder Smartphone wahr. Die Ort- und Körperlosigkeit einer Aufnahme, die sich darin zeigt, dass sie auf unterschiedlichsten Trägern zeitgleich und jeweils leicht variierend erscheinen kann, bildet den Ausgangspunkt für die jüngste Werkreihe, die Anne Pöhlmann für ihre Ausstellung im Bonner Kunstverein entworfen hat.
Ihr medienreflexiver und objektivierender Zugriff …

Blur as a filter

Blur as a filter Anne Pöhlmann in conversation with Andrew Renton

Andrew Renton We are, perhaps, the last generation who might remember that phrase, “The camera never lies.” Of course, it was never, ever, true. The camera provided a stoppage to reality, whereas we had other ways of seeing where perception was embedded into the process – most obviously painting. But a generation of Photoshop …

Kurven

In the Light of the Manipulator by Oliver Tepel

The darkroom once held alchemical secrets, an image appeared on pale paper out of nothing. Its developing process was subject to many uncertainties, and the result proved intractable as a marble sculpture. Photographers liked to stress that their medium was no more than reflected and filtered light. In a split second, the intangible became the immutable. …