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Coming to Light.

A project by Boris Eldagsen (Berlin), Werner Mansholt (Darmstadt), Eckart Bartnik (Wiesbaden), Dirk Johanns (Frankfurt), Wolfgang Raith (Frankfurt)

Light can brighten, it can clarify and show things, but light of itself is invisible. Only when it strikes matter, can we perceive light. That light also has character is something we feel at every sunrise, or every visit to a bar.

In the exhibition COMING TO LIGHT, 5 photographers describe the magic of light and how it subtly influences our moods. Be it in an urban environment, in nature, or our private sphere, the exhibited works trace the various characters of light, suggesting that not only music, but light, too, directly influences our emotional world.

Light is music without sound.

Photographers:

Boris Eldagsen (Berlin): only works at night. Like a moth, he prowls the streets, in search of light. He combines “street photography” with “staged photography”. He does not illustrate, but rather attempts to cause place, person and incident to disappear and transform into a timeless portrait of human consciousness.

Werner Mansholt (Darmstadt): Street photographer, Member of the DCP. Portrays the light in our urban environment.

Eckart Bartnik (Wiesbaden): Not only relates the history of portrait photography, by means of self-portraits, he shows how changeable one’s own personality can be inr different light.

Dirk Johanns (Frankfurt): The Polaroid photographer, inspired by sunlight, seeks the light that penetrates windows in the private sphere.

Wolfgang Raith (Frankfurt): is engaged with lost light, where does it go at night?

Picture: © Werner Mansholt


 

Exhibition

Coming to Light.

17. März 2018, Vernissage: 19:00 Uhr
18.–23. März 2018, 18:00–23:00 Uhr
24. März–7. April 2018, Sa / So 14:00–18:00 Uhr

 

Kunstraum KA:OST, Hanauer Landstr. 48a, 60314 Frankfurt


Das Projekt wird unterstützt von

kunstraum KA:OST


© Werner Mansholt

© Werner Mansholt

© Eckart Bartnik

© Eckart Bartnik

© Boris Eldagsen

© Boris Eldagsen

© Wolfgang Raith

© Wolfgang Raith



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