Portfolios

I Know Where Your Cat Lives is a data experiment that visualizes a sample of 1 million public pics of cats on a world map, locating them by the latitude and longitude coordinates embedded in their metadata. The cats were…

For many years, photography has been seen as a representation of the natural world. Today, information captured by a camera can be changed by playing with the information given to the algorithm in Photoshop. Beginning with a standard digital image, I select several portions of the image as layers, and alter them using various Photoshop 3-D tools. The individual selections of clouds, rocks, trees and et cetera become new images, which are then re-integrated into the original. This method of creating a picture within a picture is my way of questioning the nature of…

I exploit magazines because I like to respond to what I see every day, I don’t accept the found reality. In my work I want to transfer the found photographs by very simple means into a new aesthetic context. I want to revitalize the found photographs. Like in a centrifuge I try to dissect, filter and distil the images since I can create really new identities and creatures, so that the new faces and bodies exert their effect at first sight. Similar to a modern DJ who samples different tracks…

At some point it began to matter to me how I thought about Robert Frank’s The Americans. To be sure, the book had for some time served as a reference for me, a kind of Strunk & White for photography…

Through the Go ogle series I seek to examine the visual experience of the internet, proposing a visual means of exploring encounters with the increasingly ubiquitous screen-based landscapes through which we routinely meander. Although these…

When examining our daily contemporary lives in western culture, one finds that there is barely a single situation that is not influenced by digital technology and communication through the World Wide Web…