|Gwenneth Boelens – Peering Grasping Longing \ Descent \ Not Known|
These works refer to the advent of photography in the simplest way possible, namely by exposing sensitized chemicals to a beam of light. The imagery ranges from traces of the presence and absence of light to a more concrete motive as the lamp of a lighthouse.
Peering Grasping Longing, 2011
Collodion glass negative (from positive), gelatin-silver contact print on aluminium - both 130(w) x 127(h) cm, metal
Gelatin-silver contact print (from collodion glass negative) on aluminium - 89,5(w) x 67(h) cm
Not Known, 2011
Collodion glass negative - 150(w) x 170(h) cm, metal
Left and right: documentation About Painting, abc Berlin