Material: Endura translucent in lightbox,Aluminium
Saori unterwater_ Photography is said to isolate a tiny point in the flow of time. It is also said to... Read More
Saori unterwater_ Photography is said to isolate a tiny point in the flow of time. It is also said to show a "decisive moment", or at least a "momentum" peeled out of the past and eternity. But what if such assertions are not true? What if the points of contact between a mysterious not-yet-known and the all-too-familiar are no longer made up only of culturally shaped clichéd images?
In pointed details and double exposures as well as in fragmentation, new forms, new formations are invented. Seamless transitions between solid and flowing materiality are created or amazing coincidences between body and textile are blown away as in Saori, where the technoid structures of the cloth seem to mill into the body like a wound. In her photographs, Corinna Rosteck creates a sense of possibility in which the substances take on a different state of aggregation as a matter of course. The deliberate blurring of movement evokes expansions, doublings, or condensations - tensions that can even lead to a tensile test. Hala Saori in motion - in search - in conversation with her father