Invisibles (signed)

by Christiane Peschek


Photographs: Christiane Peschek

Text: Christiane Peschek

Publisher: Einer Books

51 pages + 8 pages pages

Year: 2015

ISBN: 978-82-997882-5-0

Price: 33

Comments: Dimensions: 21 cm x 29,7 cm + 14,8 cm × 21 cm, edition size: 200, cover/binding Type: Hardcover. Language: English / German. Editorial test by: Angela Ferreira, Artistic Director Encontros da Imagem and by Dr. Mathias Listl, Arthistorican KUNSTHALLE Mannheim.

"Invisibles" is a game, a match between what's shown and what can be hidden, challenging the viewers position as an observer. At the same time thinking the spectator as something and the image as nothing. With this body of work, Christiane Peschek reveals images which confuse reality and fiction. 

"invisibles" provides an impetus for contemplation regarding the ways in which the technical images relates to reality: The illusion of photography. 

Is our seeing predetermined by what we already believe?

Memory means chaos. The hesitation each image confers becomes the beginning of a something that never completely unvails. It's more than seeing, it's believing."


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Invisibles (signed)

by Christiane Peschek


Photographs: Christiane Peschek

Text: Christiane Peschek

Publisher: Einer Books

51 pages + 8 pages pages

Year: 2015

ISBN: 978-82-997882-5-0

Price: 33

Comments: Dimensions: 21 cm x 29,7 cm + 14,8 cm × 21 cm, edition size: 200, cover/binding Type: Hardcover. Language: English / German. Editorial test by: Angela Ferreira, Artistic Director Encontros da Imagem and by Dr. Mathias Listl, Arthistorican KUNSTHALLE Mannheim.

"Invisibles" is a game, a match between what's shown and what can be hidden, challenging the viewers position as an observer. At the same time thinking the spectator as something and the image as nothing. With this body of work, Christiane Peschek reveals images which confuse reality and fiction. 

"invisibles" provides an impetus for contemplation regarding the ways in which the technical images relates to reality: The illusion of photography. 

Is our seeing predetermined by what we already believe?

Memory means chaos. The hesitation each image confers becomes the beginning of a something that never completely unvails. It's more than seeing, it's believing."


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A collector's choice by josefchladek.com

Invisibles (signed)

by Christiane Peschek


Photographs: Christiane Peschek

Text: Christiane Peschek

Publisher: Einer Books

51 pages + 8 pages pages

Year: 2015

ISBN: 978-82-997882-5-0

Price: 33

Comments: Dimensions: 21 cm x 29,7 cm + 14,8 cm × 21 cm, edition size: 200, cover/binding Type: Hardcover. Language: English / German. Editorial test by: Angela Ferreira, Artistic Director Encontros da Imagem and by Dr. Mathias Listl, Arthistorican KUNSTHALLE Mannheim.

"Invisibles" is a game, a match between what's shown and what can be hidden, challenging the viewers position as an observer. At the same time thinking the spectator as something and the image as nothing. With this body of work, Christiane Peschek reveals images which confuse reality and fiction. 

"invisibles" provides an impetus for contemplation regarding the ways in which the technical images relates to reality: The illusion of photography. 

Is our seeing predetermined by what we already believe?

Memory means chaos. The hesitation each image confers becomes the beginning of a something that never completely unvails. It's more than seeing, it's believing."


more books tagged »interior« | >> see all

more books tagged »Austrian« | >> see all

more books tagged »landscape« | >> see all

more books tagged »collage« | >> see all

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A collector's choice by josefchladek.com