Visual poetry about objects taking shape and disappearing
at the same time. For me photography has a form of a set,
neverending collection of appealing items, bodies and moments:
by photographing them, I make them mine.
The image of a given subject exists because of me, belongs to me, in contrast to the objects themselves. I am trying to save them from empty ages and minds in that manner. I have been doing that since childhood, when writing in a diary meant also collecting rocks, dried flowers, enabling me to save objects through extracting them from everyday life and context. That is how a small, metaphorical, yet tangible universe was created. Through taking and collecting photos I build fragmentary, ephemeral and evolving stories of disappearing experience. The image becomes a vessel for memories, creating a potential answer to disappearance.
Rebekka Deubner – born in Munich, lives and works in Paris. She graduated from Les Gobelins l’Ecole de l’Image in Paris, faculty of photography. Co-creator of Insolance photography collective. Her works have been exhibited in Paris, Niort, Toulouse, Marseille, and Brussels. She collaborated with publishers such as: Le M magazine du MOnde, Causette, Point Contemporain, or Pirlo.
White Trash / ProfiLab TIFF Open – People’s Choice Award
curator: Małgorzata Wojciechowicz
18 August – 11 September 2016
43 Kotlarska Street, Wrocław