Monuments – Four Seasons (Lenticular)

Monuments – Four Seasons is a series of durational photo works. They are observations of our world as it moves through space and drifts through time. Each image in this series features a monument located within the city of Berlin.

The finished art works are lenticular photographs that animate as the viewer moves past the image. The animations are assembled from precisely framed photographs recorded over the course of a year. They reveal transformations in the landscape that correspond to the earth’s orbit around the sun.

For me, photographing the landscape throughout an astronomical cycle is a way to explore the relationship between time, memory and my sense of place. The resulting images tie the ground below our feet to the cosmos above our heads.

 

Queen Louise (2015)  Lenticular Photograph, 20 x 46 inches, Edition of 3  (GIF representation of lenticular animation)

 

 

 

Lions – Tiergarten (2015)  Lenticular Photograph, 22 x 46 inches, Edition of 3  (GIF representation of lenticular animation)

 

 

 

Golden Stag (2016)  Animated Lenticular Photograph, 28 x 42 inches, Edition of 3 (GIF representation of lenticular animation)

 

 

 

Horse Rider (2017) Lenticular Photograph, 20 x 46 inches, Edition of 3  (GIF representation of lenticular animation)

 

 

 

Grim Fountain (2017)  Lenticular Photograph, 30 x 42 inches, Edition of 3  (GIF representation of lenticular animation)

 

 

 

Statue in Pond (2013)  Lenticular Photograph, 34 x 58 inches, Edition of 3  (GIF representation of lenticular animation)

 

 

 

Bison Hunter (2017)  Lenticular Photograph, Edition of 3 (GIF representation of lenticular animation)

 

 

 

History (2017)  Lenticular Photograph, Edition of 3 (GIF representation of lenticular animation)