Diving into the photographic world of the Cologne-based photographer Kerstin Götze reveals her view on the things.
The photographs of concrete penetrated landscapes seemingly inhere an aesthetical ambivalence. The documental aesthetic seems to tip over into a transcendent one and vice versa. A planet emancipated from civilisation, just enigmatic concrete structures of monumental dimensions, being partially overrun with tamed nature. The legacy of a species – civilizing artefacts ready for a reinterpretation.
Below you find a small selection of photographs of the Concrete Edition:
For more – please see the official Blog Halftone Pattern of Kerstin Götze.