analogue c prints, each 100cm x 125cm
Baltic amber was projected onto light-sensitive photographic paper for this work. In the analogous physico-chemical process there is an inversion of the colours, which normally turns the negative into a positive. Baltic Amber consists of orange coloured and hardened resin, often containing insects and plant remains from a long time ago. The ability to store information in a translucent medium is reminiscent of the photographic negative.
Installation views from the exhibiton "True Stories" at Kunstquartier Bethanien, Berlin Feb 2020.
Each 125cm x 100cm, analogue C-Print, alu dibond