„laughter like rasping wood and on the phone turkish i don’t understand, a language the shape of an aubergine. perhaps they like to hoist furniture into the air, or a child they love. smells of damp wood and leaves, … Continue reading
“er hatte die farbe des himmels gemessen, die temperatur der blitze und die schwere des nächtlichen rauhreifs, er hatte vogelkot gekostet … “ Continue reading
what if the origins of the overgrown hardturm ruins lie in much earlier times than most believe today? what if the alignment of the complex is related to its astronomical purposes? Continue reading
a photographer from the past takes slow instant portraits Continue reading
can you photograph breath? how does breathing look like photographed? Continue reading
for a few days in august 2016 a space probe, a cube draped in its golden blanket, sat in a barren, crater-like area of zurich. Continue reading
with dadaism exploding in the background, at the clinic window in matto’s kingdom, or with the foreign legion in the moroccan desert … Continue reading
a portrait gallery of pioneer plants in cyanotype photograms Continue reading
japan, 2012 Continue reading
hundred-year-old pictures from 2014. journeys in photographs, to the past and to distant places … Continue reading
japan, 2012 … Continue reading
la ville et le désir – cities and desire …
la ville et la memoire – cities and memory …
barely invented, photography began to arouse nostalgia …
cyanotypes on sketching paper. prelude to the zurich series.
a summer night’s poem. seven verses. flowers and kisses. realised on some of the last available polaroid type 600 film.
various cities, 2009/2010.
a series started when i lost my way in cairo. ongoing since 2009, various cities.
various cities and inbetween. ongoing since 2003 … Continue reading
la ville et le regard – cities and eyes …