In the cycle DIGITALIS, the play with reality and the image of a memory casually marks the transition from analog to digital photography.
In various series since 1983, the fragments of authenticity within photography are slowly and inexorably dissolved with technical developments. The loss of authenticity in photography due to digital technology and its possibilities of creating new "worlds" are also reflected in social and political changes. In the course of digitalization in the coming decades, the change of consciousness will progress as photographs and images are received.
The "time machine" into the past, made possible by analogue photography, is shut down. What remains as artifacts are the photographs in physical form like prints, magazines and photo books...
Kölner Stadt-Anzeiger, Lady Di in Köln, 1987
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