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Re-thinking photography. The podcast.

Season 2 is online with the 25th episode. The 26th episode will appear on December 14, 2020 after the eighth special edition on the occasion of the award of the German Photo Book Prize. Thanks for listening.

Dr. Stefan Gronert. Photo curator Sprengel Museum Hannover.

Quotes from the podcast:

"Static, still images have almost been taken over from moving images in the past year."

"The need for moving images has grown."

"The moving image suggests that there is dialogue."

"The importance of culture in our society and in the political awareness of those responsible has always been relatively low."

"The need for and the lack of originals is very great."

"Standing in front of the original is a completely different experience."

Stefan Gronert was born in 1964. He studied art history, education, German and philosophy at the Ruhr University in Bochum. In 1993 he received his doctorate and in the same year began to work as a volunteer at the art museum in Bonn. Since 1996 he has headed the graphic collection there, which also includes an extensive photographic inventory. From 2009 to 2016 Gronert was also a curator for contemporary art at the Kunstmuseum Bonn. Since 2016 he has worked as a curator for photography and media art at the Sprengel Museum in Hanover. Since 2017 he has initiated a photo theory blog funded by the Lower Saxony Foundation.

https://de.wikipedia.org/wiki/Stefan_Gronert

https://www.foto-kunst-theorie.de/

»This blog is not only characterized by very witty articles, but also by a Stefan Gronert, who is quite provocative, takes one or the other word more than once, about current exhibitions, festivals, publications, etc. on the subject of photography, photographic images and their artistic right to exist. «Andy Scholz, May 2020.

https://www.sprengel-museum.de

Episode cover design: Andy Scholz
Episode Cover Photo: Private

Idea, production, editing, moderation: Andy Scholz

http://fotografieneusehen.de/

https://www.instagram.com/fotografieneuought/

The podcast is a production by STUDIO ANDY SCHOLZ 2021.

The initiator is Andy Scholz, born in 1971, in Varel on the Jade Bay. He studied philosophy and media studies in Düsseldorf, art and photography in Essen at the Folkwang University of the Arts (formerly Duisburg-Essen University) with Jörg Sasse and Bernhard Prinz, among others.

Andy Scholz is a freelance artist, author, artistic director and curator of the FESTIVAL FOTOGRAFISCHER BILDER, which he founded together with Martin Rosner in Regensburg in 2016.

Since 2012 he has taught at various institutions: University of Regensburg, University of Applied Sciences Würzburg, North Dakota State University in Fargo (USA), Philipps University Marburg, Ruhr University Bochum. He lives and works in Essen.

https://festival-fotografischer-bilder.de/

http://fotografieneusehen.de/

https://www.instagram.com/fotografieneuought/

http://andyscholz.com/

http://photography-now.com/exhibition/147186

Maren Lübbke-Tidow. Freelance critic, author and curator.

Quotes from the conversation:

"The materiality of the photographic image plays a major role for me."

"Can photographic images in the social media formats make the background of the production visible?"

"The key question that guides me in my exploration of photography is: What can an image do, apart from that it is good?"

"I believe that the artists who work with the medium of photography are the ones who can react to the digital worlds of images."

"The exhibition space is the place where we also experience photography as a resistive practice."

"The artists who deal with photography have always questioned their medium at the same time."

"The artists help us to understand what is happening."

"Photography is still an incredibly large area of ​​research."

"We also have to look behind the pictures."

»Plea for an archeology of photography.«

"It is important to sharpen awareness of how we advance to the edges of the digital world of images."

"It is important for us to maintain the ability not only to consume images, but also to be able to think about the counter-image."

Maren Lübbke-Tidow was born in Düsseldorf in 1968 and lives as a freelance critic, author and curator in Berlin.

http://marenluebbketidow.com

https://www.instagram.com/maren.luebbke/

After completing her studies in art history and political science at the universities in Marburg and Vienna, she worked from 1995 to 1997 as assistant curator and editorial assistant at the Museum of Modern Art Collection Foundation Ludwig Vienna. In 1996/97 she was also involved in founding the VALIE EXPORT archive.

From 1997 to 2016 she was closely associated with the CAMERA AUSTRIA project as an author, editor and curator. From 2011 to 2014 she was editor-in-chief of the bilingual quarterly magazine »Camera Austria International« and, as curator, was responsible for the exhibition program of the CAMERA AUSTRIA exhibition space in Graz together with Reinhard Braun.

Maren Lübbke-Tidow has realized solo exhibitions with many artists, including Wolfgang Tillmans, Prince Gholam and Aneta Grzeszykowska, Annette Kelm, Artur Żmijewski, Peggy Buth, Tobias Zielony, Šelja Kamerić and Tatiana Lecomte, Michael Schmidt, Stefanie Seufert and Stefan Panhans, Erik van der Weijde, Sven Johne, Friedl Kubelka, Ingeborg Strobl and Jochen Lempert.

She has also curated a large number of group exhibitions, most recently "Obstinacy of Things. Still Life in Contemporary Photographic Concepts", writes for international magazines and catalogs and is the editor of numerous publications.

Maren Lübbke-Tidow held numerous teaching positions, most recently in 2020/21 at the UdK Berlin and at the Academy of Fine Arts in Nuremberg. Since 2012 she has been teaching at the Friedl Kubelka School for Artistic Photography in Vienna.

https://zeitung.faz.net/faz/feuilleton/2021-03-15/79782ad24d533addd53522602d810b06/?GEPC=s5

http://www.lightingthearchive.org

Episode cover design: Andy Scholz
Episode cover photo: Heidi Specker
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Idea, production, editing, moderation: Andy Scholz

http://fotografieneusehen.de/

https://www.instagram.com/fotografieneuought/

The podcast is a production by STUDIO ANDY SCHOLZ 2020.

The initiator is Andy Scholz, born in 1971, in Varel on the Jadebusen. He studied philosophy and media studies in Düsseldorf, art and photography in Essen at the Folkwang University of the Arts (formerly Duisburg-Essen University) with Jörg Sasse and Bernhard Prinz, among others.

Andy Scholz is a freelance artist, author, artistic director and curator of the FESTIVAL FOTOGRAFISCHER BILDER, which he founded together with Martin Rosner in Regensburg in 2016.

Since 2012 he has taught at various

Andrea Grützner. Photo artist from Berlin.

Quotes from the conversation:

"How do you photograph something that was made to be photographed?"

"I play with the perception of space."

"Make something seem strange, but then let through what seems familiar."

"I use various alienation techniques to push what is familiar into the unfamiliar and back again."

"I'm interested in the puzzled picture."

"Michele Baviera always said in his seminars: BEAUTIFUL is not a category, it is GOOD."

"The question has to be: What is the difference between a beautiful and a good picture."

"In a good, interesting picture there has to be something that has a catch, something that doesn't quite open up, something that isn't quite right."

"Often a lot more happens in the intervening moments."

Andrea Grützner was born in Pirna in 1984 and graduated in photography from the Bielefeld University of Applied Sciences in 2014. She lives and works in Berlin. In 2020 she received the Foundation Prize for Photo Art from the Klein Collection. Her work »Inheritance Court« was awarded. The jury consisted of Ann-Christin Bertrand, freelance curator and lecturer, Stefan Gronert, curator for photography and media art at the Sprengel Museum Hannover, Matthias Harder, curator and foundation director of the Helmut Newton Foundation Berlin and the gallery owner, freelance curator and photo editor Ute Noll.

https://andreagruetzner.de

Episode cover design: Andy Scholz
Episode cover photo: Saskia Groneberg
https://www.instagram.com/saskiagoneberg/

Concept, idea, production, editing, moderation: Andy Scholz

http://fotografieneusehen.de/

https://www.instagram.com/fotografieneuought/

The podcast is a production by STUDIO ANDY SCHOLZ 2021.

The initiator is Andy Scholz, born in 1971, in Varel on the Jade Bay. He studied philosophy and media studies in Düsseldorf, art and photography in Essen at the Folkwang University of the Arts (formerly Duisburg-Essen University) with Jörg Sasse and Bernhard Prinz, among others.

Andy Scholz is a freelance artist, author, artistic director and curator of the FESTIVAL FOTOGRAFISCHER BILDER, which he founded together with Martin Rosner in Regensburg in 2016.

He has been teaching at various institutes since 2012. Among others, University of Regensburg, University of Applied Sciences Würzburg, North Dakota State University in Fargo (USA), Philipps University Marburg, Ruhr University Bochum. He lives and works in Essen.

https://festival-fotografischer-bilder.de/

http://fotografieneusehen.de/

https://www.instagram.com/fotografieneuought/

http://andyscholz.com/

https://vimeo.com/andyscholz

http://photography-now.com/exhibition/147186

Bastian Schwind. Artist (Vienna) and Johannes Raimann. Artist (Düsseldorf).

Bastian Schwind was born in Zittau in 1987, studied photography at the University of Applied Arts Vienna and received the Austrian State Scholarship for Photography in 2021. He lives and works in Vienna.

https://bastianschwind.com

Johannes Raimann was born in Vienna in 1992, studied at the University of Applied Arts Vienna and then at the Art Academy in Düsseldorf. He lives and works in Düsseldorf.

http://www.johannes-raimann.at

https://prephotography.org

BEFORE PHOTOGRAPHY is a constituent exhibition in which »pre-photography« is defined and placed. The direction and goal of »Prephotographic Art« is to fathom the stage of photography that precedes the established definition of a photographic image. Similar to post photography, we don't want to leave it with photography. But unlike in post photography, in which photographic space and photographic thinking are expanded through current technical possibilities, e.g. computer-generated images, in "pre-photographic art" the photographic space is explored and expanded before photography. We are of the opinion that before photography there is the potential to explore thought and technical processes and that it is worthwhile to look at the medium of photography anew from this perspective.

A list:

Before photography is light.
There is shadow in front of the photograph.
Before the photograph is fire.
Before the photograph, there is reflection.
There is space in front of photography.
Before photography is perspective.
Before photographing, there is attention. Before the photograph there is an idea.
Before photography is projection.
Before photography is a vocabulary.
is grammar.
Before photography is an intention.
Before the photograph is the object.
Before the photograph is before the medium.

An exhibition:

The exhibition is curated from existing and specially produced works that can be assigned to »Prephotographic Art«. The aim of the exhibition is to broaden the view of photography technically, visually and conceptually and to bring the pre-photographic space into the current discourse.

An exhibition concept by Johannes Raimann and Bastian Schwind.

Episode cover design: Andy Scholz
Episode Cover Photo: Private

Idea, production, editing, moderation: Andy Scholz

http://fotografieneuhaben.de/zu-den-episoden

https://www.instagram.com/fotografieneuought/

The podcast is a production by STUDIO ANDY SCHOLZ 2021.

The initiator is Andy Scholz, born in 1971, in Varel on the Jade Bay. He studied philosophy and media studies in Düsseldorf, art and photography in Essen at the Folkwang University of the Arts (formerly Duisburg-Essen University) with Jörg Sasse and Bernhard Prinz, among others.

Andy Scholz is a freelance artist, author as well as artistic director and curator of the FESTIVAL FOTOGRAFISCHER BILDER, which he founded together with Martin Rosner in Regensburg in 2016.

Since 2012 he has taught at various institutes, including University of Regensburg, University of Applied Sciences Würzburg, North Dakota State University in Fargo (USA), Philipps University of Marburg, Ruhr University Bochum. He lives and works in Essen.

https://festival-fotografischer-bilder.de/

http://fotografieneuhaben.de/zu-den-episoden

https://www.instagram.com/fotografieneuought/

http://andyscholz.com/

http://photography-now.com/exhibition/147186

Thomas Seelig. Head of the photographic collection at the Folkwang Museum in Essen.

Quotes from the conversation:

"I learned to appreciate the process of photography early on."

“As an artistic photographer, you have a position that you take and vary. A narrow channel in which you are read and which you then use again and again. "

"I find it exciting to observe yourself how you observe (photographs)."

»Re-thinking photography implies that things are moving forward, that something is discovered, that it continues and that there is a future."

"Everyday use and artistic authorship are becoming more and more blurred."

Thomas Seelig was born in Cologne in 1964 and studied photography at the Bielefeld University of Applied Sciences. From 2003-2018 he was a curator at the Fotomuseum in Winterthur. In 2018 he took over the management of the photographic collection at the Folkwang Museum in Essen, which will be 100 years old in 2022.

https://www.instagram.com/tee64see/

https://www.museum-folkwang.de/de/aktuelles/ausstellungen/aktuell/timm-rautert.html

https://www.museum-folkwang.de/de/aktuelles/ausstellungen/ausblick/soham-gupta.html

https://www.museum-folkwang.de/de/aktuelles/ausstellungen/ausblick/stopover.html

https://www.fotomuseum.ch/de/

Current exhibition:

TIMM RAUTERT AND THE LIFE OF PHOTOGRAPHY
February 19 - May 16, 2021

PHOTOGRAPHIC COLLECTION

Soham Gupta - fear
December 4, 2020 - June 27, 2021

STOPOVER - M.A. Photography Studies
December 4, 2020 - June 27, 2021

Episode cover design: Andy Scholz
Episode cover photo: Anne Morgenstern (https://www.instagram.com/annemorgensternphoto/)

Idea, production, editing, moderation: Andy Scholz

http://fotografieneusehen.de/

https://www.instagram.com/fotografieneuought/

The podcast is a production by STUDIO ANDY SCHOLZ 2021.

The initiator is Andy Scholz, born in 1971, in Varel on the Jadebusen. He studied philosophy and media studies in Düsseldorf, art and photography in Essen at the Folkwang University of the Arts (formerly Duisburg-Essen University) with Jörg Sasse and Bernhard Prinz, among others.

Andy Scholz is a freelance artist, author as well as artistic director and curator of the FESTIVAL FOTOGRAFISCHER BILDER, which he founded together with Martin Rosner in Regensburg in 2016.

Since 2012 he has held various teaching positions, including the University of Regensburg, the University of Applied Sciences Würzburg, North Dakota State University in Fargo (USA), Philipps University Marburg, Ruhr University Bochum. He lives and works in Essen.

https://festival-fotografischer-bilder.de/

http://fotografieneusehen.de/

https://www.instagram.com/fotografieneuought/

http://andyscholz.com/

http://photography-now.com/exhibition/147186

Donata Wenders. Photographer from Berlin.

Description:

Quotes from the conversation:

"I look for the loving in people."

"I came to photography through film."

"The light is my director."

Donata Wenders was born in Berlin in 1965. From 1984-1989 she studied film and theater in Berlin and Stuttgart. She then worked for many years as a camera assistant and made feature films and documentaries herself as a camerawoman. Since 1995 she has devoted herself to photography.

In 2006 her first book "Islands of Silence" was published. In 2016 the exhibition catalog »Vanishing Point. Donata Wenders - Robert Bosisio «and in 2018» Leiko Ikemura in dialogue with Donata and Wim Wenders «.Numerous books such as "PINA - The Film and the Dancers" (2012), "Don't Come Knocking" (2005), "The Buena Vista Social Club" (2000), "The Heart is a Sleeping Beauty: The Million Dollar Hotel "(2000) and" Beyond the Clouds / My Time with Antonioni "(1995) testify to her work with her husband Wim Wenders. Donata Wenders photographs appear in international newspapers and magazines such as Egoïste, # 59 Magazine, BLAU Magazin, The New York Times, Vogue, W, Deutsch, The Rolling Stone, Kult, Esquire, Pen, Let's Panic and shape numerous album covers.

https://donatawenders.com

Episode cover design: Andy Scholz
Episode Cover Photo: Anne Smith

Concept, idea, production, editing, moderation: Andy Scholz

http://fotografieneusehen.de/

https://www.instagram.com/fotografieneuought/

The podcast is a production by STUDIO ANDY SCHOLZ 2021.

The initiator is Andy Scholz, born in 1971, in Varel on the Jadebusen. He studied philosophy and media studies in Düsseldorf, art and photography in Essen at the Folkwang University of the Arts (formerly Duisburg-Essen University) with Jörg Sasse and Bernhard Prinz, among others.

Andy Scholz is a freelance artist, author as well as artistic director and curator of the FESTIVAL FOTOGRAFISCHER BILDER, which he founded together with Martin Rosner in Regensburg in 2016.

Since 2012 he has held various teaching positions, including the University of Regensburg, the University of Applied Sciences Würzburg, North Dakota State University in Fargo (USA), Philipps University Marburg, Ruhr University Bochum. He lives and works in Essen.

https://festival-fotografischer-bilder.de/

http://fotografieneusehen.de/

https://www.instagram.com/fotografieneuought/

http://andyscholz.com/

http://photography-now.com/exhibition/147186

Jens Koch. Photographer from Berlin.

Quotes from the podcast:

"I believe that you no longer need a film to create any look."

"The good thing is that today everyone can take photos of what they have in their heads."

"We're all just now on a discovery course."

“I'm not a big advocate of photography studies or photography training. You have to feel it And I think it's hard to learn. "

"The analog technology was a block on the leg."

"I believe that there are still many who absolutely swear by the analog and believe that it looks different."

Jens Koch was born in Leipzig in 1981 and started taking photos at the age of 16. He earned his first living with photos for the daily newspaper. Today, prominent actors and musicians give each other a hand. From Robert de Niro to Bryan Cranston to Bill Murray, from Jan Böhmermann to Matthias Schweighöfer and Florian David Fitz to the world's most successful German rock band. And as a fan since the first album in 1996, he was allowed to accompany the six von Rammstein on their world tour in 2019.

http://www.kochfoto.de

Episode cover design: Andy Scholz
Episode cover photo: private

Idea, production, editing, moderation: Andy Scholz

http://fotografieneusehen.de/

https://www.instagram.com/fotografieneuought/

The podcast is a production by STUDIO ANDY SCHOLZ 2021.

The initiator is Andy Scholz, born in 1971, in Varel on the Jadebusen. He studied philosophy and media studies in Düsseldorf, art and photography in Essen at the Folkwang University of the Arts (formerly Duisburg-Essen University) with Jörg Sasse and Bernhard Prinz, among others.

Andy Scholz is a freelance artist, author as well as artistic director and curator of the FESTIVAL FOTOGRAFISCHER BILDER, which he founded together with Martin Rosner in Regensburg in 2016.

Since 2012 he has held various teaching positions, including the University of Regensburg, the University of Applied Sciences Würzburg, North Dakota State University in Fargo (USA), Philipps University Marburg, Ruhr University Bochum. He lives and works in Essen.

https://festival-fotografischer-bilder.de/

http://fotografieneusehen.de/

https://www.instagram.com/fotografieneuought/

http://andyscholz.com/

http://photography-now.com/exhibition/147186

Alwin Lay (Cologne). Museum for Photography Braunschweig.

Exhibition title:

"PREGO"

March 20 until May 23, 2021
Museum for Photography Braunschweig
Helmstedter Strasse 1
38102 Braunschweig

http://www.photomuseum.de

http://www.photomuseum.de/alwin-lay/

https://www.instagram.com/alwin_lay/

Alwin Lay was born in 1984 in Lugosch, Romania, lives and works in Cologne. He studies with Mischa Kubas at the Academy of Media Arts in Cologne and with Christopher Williams at the Düsseldorf Art Academy.

»Alwin Lay works particularly in the media of video, photography and installation, but makes use of clearly sculptural starting points. In Lay's works, it is less about a mere reflection of the relationship between photographic image and sculpture than about a consciously initiated play with those intuitive expectations that arise from our everyday contexts of experience. His works show, for example, sparklers that burn incessantly, a coffee machine that drowns itself, or a balloon that cannot burst even under the influence of a flame. Not dissimilar to the approach of a magician, Lay uses banal everyday situations as a basis in order to transform them into the strange, absurd and sometimes also humorous through targeted modifications of their physical, temporal or aesthetic laws and thus to make the fragile relationship between image and reality recognizable . "
Text source: http://www.unttld-contemporary.com/kuenstler/alwin-lay/

Episode cover design: Andy Scholz
Episode cover photo: Albrecht Fuchs

Idea, production, editing, moderation: Andy Scholz

http://fotografieneusehen.de/

https://www.instagram.com/fotografieneuought/

The podcast is a production by STUDIO ANDY SCHOLZ 2021.

The initiator is Andy Scholz, born in 1971, in Varel on the Jadebusen. He studied philosophy and media studies in Düsseldorf, art and photography in Essen at the Folkwang University of the Arts (formerly Duisburg-Essen University) with Jörg Sasse and Bernhard Prinz, among others.

Andy Scholz is a freelance artist, author as well as artistic director and curator of the FESTIVAL FOTOGRAFISCHER BILDER, which he founded together with Martin Rosner in Regensburg in 2016.

Since 2012 he has held various teaching positions, including the University of Regensburg, the University of Applied Sciences Würzburg, North Dakota State University in Fargo (USA), Philipps University Marburg, Ruhr University Bochum. He lives and works in Essen.

https://festival-fotografischer-bilder.de/

http://fotografieneusehen.de/

https://www.instagram.com/fotografieneuought/

http://andyscholz.com/

http://photography-now.com/exhibition/147186

Helmut Schweizer. Action artist from Düsseldorf.

Quotes from the conversation:

"The image as an energy potential and energy-giving material."

»You can think with photography, you can convey thinking with photography and then you can relativize, sharpen and / or change your own thinking. If you are tolerant. "

"One must not only document human misery, but prevent it."

"The image as a material that gives away energy."

"Good pictures are gifts from individuals who want to take responsibility."

"A picture is more than just a representation of a fact."

"A good picture is something that catapults the viewer into a higher energy field."

»Few images move in the emotional, ethical, moral field. And then maybe that is something that we then call art. "

"With the pictures that you make available of your own knowledge of your own statements, give the other an impulse to start thinking about how to transform the bad, the evil and convert the energies into something positive for this world."

Helmut Schweizer studied painting from 1967 to 1973 at the State Academy of Fine Arts in Karlsruhe under Peter Herkenrath, Raimer Jochims, Horst Antes and Fritz Klemm. In addition, art history and philosophy at the University of Karlsruhe. In 1975 he received a scholarship at the Deutsche Akademie Villa Massimo. 1992 took part in documenta IX.

His work is represented in international collections and has been exhibited many times, including in 2008 in the Museum Kunstpalast. In 2010 the Städtische Galerie Wolfsburg organized an extensive retrospective.

https://www.instagram.com/helmutschweizer/

https://de.wikipedia.org/wiki/Helmut_Schweizer

https://galeriepfab.de/artists/helmut-schweizer/

https://vimeo.com/user83595809

http://open-studios-open-minds.de/helmut-schweizer/

https://www.salon-verlag.de/book/the-waste-land-continues-das-oede-land-immer-weiter/

Quote from Stefan Oehm on the catalog THE WASTE LAND (Salon Verlag 2020):

“In times like these, it becomes clear once again that talk of the autonomy of art in the face of reality has reached its limits. A fact that one of the most interesting representatives of concept and action art in Germany, Helmut Schweizer, was always aware. His photographs, films, installations, sculptures, collages and graphics, in which he created a personal imagery of unique aesthetics, are characterized by a deep respect for nature and subtly deal with the threats of technical development and scientific progress. In doing so, he allows the interaction between man and creation, nature and culture to be experienced in his works. The present artist's book, to which a text by the author Stefan Oehm is attached, which embeds his work in the history of ideas, lets the reader stroll through five decades on 164 pages as if through the poem of a lifelong artistic involvement from 1968 to 2019, the title of which is an eloquent homage to T.S. Eliot's epoch-making long poem 'The Waste Land' is. "

Episode cover design: Andy Scholz
Episode Cover Photo: Mike Christian

Concept, idea, production, editing, moderation: Andy Scholz

http://fotografieneusehen.de/

https://www.instagram.com/fotografieneuought/

The podcast is a production by STUDIO ANDY SCHOLZ 2021.

The initiator is Andy Scholz, born in 1971,

https://festival-fotografischer-bilder.de/

http://fotografieneusehen.de/

https://www.instagram.com/fotografieneuought/

http://andyscholz.com/

https://vimeo.com/andyscholz

http://photography-now.com/exhibition/147186

Andrea Grützner, Berlin. Robert Morat Gallery Berlin.

Exhibition title:

»Inheritance Court - New Rooms«

March 25 - May 22, 2021
Robert Morat Gallery Berlin
Line road 107
10115 Berlin

https://www.robertmorat.de

Andrea Grützner was born in Pirna in 1984 and graduated in photography from the Bielefeld University of Applied Sciences in 2014. She lives and works in Berlin.

https://andreagruetzner.de

The »Erbgericht« has been a country inn in Polenz, Saxony, for over 100 years. Andrea Grützner spent the first years of her childhood in the area, and she tells of a large, old house »whose nooks and crannies, corners and objects are linked to the memories of generations. It is a material collage built over generations. «.

The analogue photographs of your series »Erbgericht«, created in a single shot, are an investigation of these rooms, corners and objects, which are, however, severely alienated by the use of colored flashes and the targeted creation of hard shadows. "Shadows are traces and markings that are directly related to the object, but can also double, deform and alienate it through the projection, they develop a life of their own" and thus, according to Andrea Grützner, they actually function like memories.

Episode cover design: Andy Scholz
Episode Cover Photo: Private

Idea, production, editing, moderation: Andy Scholz

http://fotografieneusehen.de/

https://www.instagram.com/fotografieneuought/

The podcast is a production by STUDIO ANDY SCHOLZ 2021.

The initiator is Andy Scholz, born in 1971, in Varel on the Jadebusen. He studied philosophy and media studies in Düsseldorf, art and photography in Essen at the Folkwang University of the Arts (formerly Duisburg-Essen University) with Jörg Sasse and Bernhard Prinz, among others.

Andy Scholz is a freelance artist, author as well as artistic director and curator of the FESTIVAL FOTOGRAFISCHER BILDER, which he founded together with Martin Rosner in Regensburg in 2016.

Since 2012 he has held various teaching positions, including the University of Regensburg, the University of Applied Sciences Würzburg, North Dakota State University in Fargo (USA), Philipps University Marburg, Ruhr University Bochum. He lives and works in Essen.

https://festival-fotografischer-bilder.de/

http://fotografieneusehen.de/

https://www.instagram.com/fotografieneuought/

http://andyscholz.com/

http://photography-now.com/exhibition/147186

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