COSTUMES | OBJECTS
COSTUMES | OBJECTS
Fotoausstellung von Jakob Dewald, Max Nehlich und Nora Kirschmeier
Katharinentaler Hof, Neulingen
Digital Redefinition of the exhibition THE HIDDEN DISPLAYED; a collaboration with Ballett Theater Pforzheim and Schmuckmuseum im Reuchlinhaus Pforzheim https://www.schmuckmuseum.de/ Film link: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=2tKbwaUyHa4 Press:https://www.pz-news.de/kultur_artikel,-Foto-Installation-von-Pforzheimer-Foto-und-Designkuenstlerin-Nora-Kirschmeier-jetzt-als-Film-zu-sehe-_arid,1463677.html
You don 't take a photograph, you make it. Ansel Adams
Photography and its diversity have always fascinated me. Photos don 't mirror our reality. They show the scenery in front of the lens caught by decisions, views, feelings the photographer faces while making the photo. They show how the maker sees the world.
Exploring new materials and dimensions in jewelry design
Rethinking everyday objects
In times of a growing technologic affinity, of a never stalling flood of
information and pictures surrounding us at day and night, on the train,
while eating and brushing our teeth, always urging to be heard,
perfection is the highest aim. Glassy surfaces, polished till brilliance, exact and futuristic.
Basically, we know that this form of perfection is not natural. The real best version consists of successfully mastered tasks as well as first attempts and failed experiments.
It is an ongoing process enriching us in all its facets.
In terms of creativity, this is the process bearing the most fascinating objects.
My interest as a designer focuses on the character of items surrounding us every day and thereby have faded to a sort of coulisse. Making my objects, I want to create haptically and visually fascinating incidents
that encourage people to renew their view on their environment.
It is my aim to create the New out of a tension field between keeping some original character traits and changing or manipulating others.
This is my way of finding a natural perfection.