Astres Noirs book launch, Perimeter Books and Centre for Contemporary Photography, Saturday August 27, 3-4:30 pm
Saturday, 20 August 2016
Saturday, 13 August 2016
Work in progress
Field notes, 04.08.2016: Three days ago, on my nightwalk, I stood for long in front of this found constellation of things which rose up into air; two trees of different but similar height, a sign. I thought of my mother. Suddenly I saw a double agony in distance; the thing itself as a burn, insatiable, unsated, alas. But this - that objects closer would be closer, and those at a distance would be further away. And this - that then, in case of pain, greater pain would be inflicted by close distance. Less by large. Should the closer objects experience distance, the agony would be greater due to spatial proximity. The object the farthest away, then, is one of double-distance.
Wednesday, 10 August 2016
Tuesday, 2 August 2016
'Indefinitely is that moment of intimate silence that binds us to life, that freezes time, action, judgment. It's the space between reality and imagination. It's the transition from sleep to the perception of the new day's sun. Katrin Koenning captures observation itself, in its purity; her shots translate a sense of pause that has to do with listening.'