Daniel Hölzl, Andreas von Ow, Sinta Werner, Andrea Wilmsen
Daniel Hölzl, Andreas von Ow, Sinta Werner and Andrea Wilmsen share an interest in the multifaceted nature of perceiving time and space. In photography, painting, works on glass and installations they engage with how we see, feel, and experience the world. Many factors shape human perception, including the way the human eye works, accustomed movements, the influence of analog and digital imagery, memories, our sense of time and much else. By calling to mind these aspects and denaturalizing them, the artists encourage beholders to reflect on habitual modes of perception.
Curated by Diana Thun.