Lena Fließbach Curator´s Choice

Kathrin Ganser

Against the background of multiple ecological and humanitarian crises of our time, the artist explores questions about the perception of space and pictorial space, the supposed perfection of mapped views, the satellite and aerial photographs and 3D images, or the earth observations of Google Earth and Google Maps.

Alexander Gehring

Alexander Gehring's works are analog hand prints developed in his Berlin laboratory. In his series Dark Chambers, he addresses the relationship between man and image by photographing the interior of caves. Not only in Plato's allegory of the cave does the bright image of the visible world arise in darkness, but in Alexander Gehring's photography, the place of origin of the images is also in darkness - the dark chamber.