SynergiesIn their first collaboration, mother-daughter duo Beate and Katharina Bodmann – visual artist and photographer, respectively – explore the duality... Read More
their first collaboration, mother-daughter duo Beate and Katharina
artist and photographer, respectively – explore the duality of both
knowing and not-knowing, and of existence and non-existence in the
there is water, there is life.
the chemical compound of hydrogen and oxygen, can be found elsewhere
in the solar system, in other planetary systems and galaxies – and
even in the interstellar clouds of the Milky Way.
on Earth, of course, can only be sustained through liquid water.
of water are well researched in our solar system. But Earth is
unique, in that it is the only planet – as far as we know – where
water can be found directly on its surface, and in three aggregate
states: solid, gaseous and liquid.
Planet Earth, there are no traces of water in its liquid form. Most
research points to the existence of only vapor and ice on other
planets. Some evidence, however, suggests that the icy moons of the
outermost solar system may harbor oceans underneath their surface.
famous thesis – "The
whole is more than the sum of its parts"
– and its resulting holism, serve as the starting point for the two
artists. Their work seeks to play on the ambivalence of what is seen
and unseen. The interaction of monotypes and photos allow for new
synergies to emerge. Monotypes are unique, and can only be printed
once. Photos, on the other hand – be they analog or digital – can
be infinitely reproduced. Despite these very different printing
techniques, both mediums complement and enrich one another.
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