photo: Anne Heinlein
«I like people and I am interested in their living conditions: in social flash points, like the Alexanderplatz in Berlin, in the normality of Hannover, in the nowhere of the former border between East and West Germany or in the periphery of Rome.
I try to understand how people live. Portraits, snapshots, found footage and texts are part of my multilayered works.
Time is relative and photography is an endless extended present. Our statements can only be subjective. If we accept this, we can find out, who we are, why we are interested in our theme and find out the reason why we show our images to others.
The closer we take photographs on our own sensibility the better a personal, superordinate truth can grow in our images.»
photos from the series: «Berlin-Alexanderplatz»