* Klappkiste Allegorien
9 January 2018

The images in the work Klappkiste Allegorien are made from
numerous studio shoots of daily objects such as kitchen gloves,
bicycle helmet, and toilet paper. In the process, four or more
images of the same object are pasted on a background image,
which is also divided into four parts. Once this step is completed,
an automatic process of photo-merging in photoshop is
performed. The software calculates how the images should be
merged together, and tries to overcome the “obstacle” in the form
of the objects located in the middle of the image. In order to
succeed in its mission to provide a perfect photo, the software is
forced to transform and recreate the objects. At that moment, the
algorithms take command of the process and the strategy behind
the work is fully carried out. A representation of a new and
uncanny object, which can only exist in the photographic sphere is
created.

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