The film director and artistic photographer Franziska Stünkel has been working for a number of years on an on-going photographic series. Reflections on window panes, photographs with no post-processing, are the visual starting point for her project. At the Galerie of the town of Sindelfingen, the artist is making a first presentation of new pictures she took in Europe, including in Vienna, Berlin, Istanbul and Cannes.
Actor Kai Wiesinger has been taking photographs since he was a child. His work series titled Creep and gratia superis were created as staged images with no digital post-processing. Movement and speed appear to emerge out of smoky images. “I use the camera like a painter uses colour and brushes. I want these pictures to show that the way we perceive ourselves and the world that surrounds us is not necessarily how we believe it to be.”
Further information at: Franziska Stünkel and Kai Wiesinger