A photograph of Napoleon Bonaparte

The thought plaguing me these days. Eighteen years, only eighteen more years, and we could have had a photograph of Napoleon Bonaparte. A daguerrotype, to be more precise. Daguerre presents his invention, up and running, in 1839. His research had of course begun some years earlier, and he made great use of the work of […]

A photograph of Napoleon Bonaparte

Alices Geschwister

Magic is. It’s been almost a year. No concerts, no live shows, no theatre. No stage and no backstage, no moving acting performing humans to photograph.  Munsha’s piece Alices Geschwister was supposed to be ready and performed in November. Second Covid lockdown, all is shut.  It is rescheduled for January. Still nothing opens. On the […]

Alices Geschwister

Generative Phototgraphy

The photography biennale in Berlin is a month of awe for all those interested in the infinte Ways of the Lens. All around town there are more shows than one could see, all genres, all times of photography are involved.  This is a exhibition of the work of german photographer Hein Gravenhorst, who was active in […]

Generative Phototgraphy

Medusa

I went to the Aquarium to stand in front of the Jelly Fish tank and be hypnotised by them. Of course I shot all the other poor captive fish as well, and those are destined to be stock photos which don’t really interest me. And I could not really get the meditative experience I was […]

Medusa

Trigrams

This is a representation of the eight I-Ching trigrams, made with acupuncture needles. I am not one to ever use the words Best Friend – mainly because every single human who ever used those on me eventually tried to fuck me over. But if I did use them, I’d say the Book of Changes has […]

Trigrams