These photographs reveal themselves not through the visual scanning of the surface, but instead demand the employment of the entire body. The viewer must approach the pictures, move to the side, wander around them, kneel before them – the apperception changes with each movement; the image reinvents itself with each blink of the eye. By means of the aspect of movement, Corinna Rosteck reclaims the past into the present. The motive is likewise not determined alone by the moment the release is triggered, but by the incidence of the actual light and its course as well.
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