Teresa Hubbard und Alexander Birchler


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Teresa Hubbard und Alexander Birchler

Ed. Codax Publisher, text(s) by Hubertus von Amelunxen, Philip Ursprung

German, English

2003. 84 pp., 26 ills.


24.50 x 34.50 cm

ISBN 978-3-9521227-2-3

Teresa Hubbard and Alexander Birchler currently live and work in Berlin and Basel and may be counted among the rising photographic artists in Europe. Their large-format photographs with their idiosyncratic perspectives are based on labour-intensive pre- built structures. The artists´ intention is to set a physical stage for the psychologically charged room. On this stage, short, barely perceived moments - human gestures and attitudes between control and the loss of control - are to become the narrative centre. Their means is photography, which fixates all to clearly that which is barely visible with the naked eye, connecting the real and the surreal.

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