Dark Rooms. In Plato’s cave man becomes conscious for the first time of the deceptive power of the image and experiences what he sees as a pure copy of the truth. In the darkness, hidden from the world of light, quite by chance a first reflection about the truth content of photography arises. The cave thus becomes a prototype of the photographic dark room – it is where images are produced. The constant wish of man for visual miracles, which manifest themselves outside their dark walls as truths become images, is reflected in their own photographic image.
Installation of 14 photographs, C-prints, sizes 100x100cm, 2011