Adrian Sauer (*1976) explores the nature of photography, occupying himself with the current state of the medium in pictures, self-written programs, texts, and installations. In his artistic work, he examines the functionality and pitfalls of photography and questions its big promise of being a reliable, objective reproduction of reality. His new book of works brings together “photo works” of the past ten years and simultaneously provides insights into the migration to digital photography and the new possibilities for showing and seeing that arise from it.
The publication was edited by Getrude Wagenfeld-Pleister, Oldenburger Kunstverein, together with Galerie Klemm’s, Berlin. With texts by Orit Gat, Adrian Sauer, Katrina Sluis, and Christin Müller.