The Swiss project looks at photography as a space to be occupied, a space for scenography – it considers the photographic space instead of limiting itself to the physical territory of the stage. This means using photography for more than just a means of recording the scenography, but allowing the images themselves to become spaces that exist uniquely for this medium. This work evokes an imaginary world of ruins. The photographs suggest the fragile traces of a location that does not yet exist, but that already recalls the past. Experimenting with the tools and expertise of classical scenography and photography (light, stage, decoration) – Körner Union creates an aesthetic journey back and forth through time.
Made of Concrete