"The viewer experiences movement in the image and, simultaneously, one's own movement within the environment. This arises due to the constantly changing in-sights. The body, picture surface and environment enter a dialog.
The large-format photographs of light-saturated and reflective water oscillate between objective reproduction and abstract structure. The impression of the painterly dynamic surface areas is effectively enhanced by the metallic reverberation of the image surface, which changes depending on the natural fall of the light within the exhibition space and thus corresponds to the ever-modulating appearance of water.
Fleeting sights, captured on camera and heightened through the artistic process, give lasting and intensive form to the ephemeral. Of concern here is the expansion of the photographic eye. Multiple interwoven complexities between the seen and the seer, imagery and image, and fleeting images and haptic elements evoke a sensation of a disquieting, constructed reality.
What remains is the desire for the singular, concrete image." C. Rosteck, 2016