the sphere 2019

the nonexistent areas are of particular interest
open series, 2018 / 2019

The theme of my open series is the impact of borders and ultimate control in places that are designed to create a parallel world. These sceneries are artificial settings and constructions which create conflicts within our everyday life. The particular areas are excesses examples for staging, an imitation of the reality, and natural structures. They are especially in still life essential aspects of my recent artwork.
The whole series is build-up like the story in a novel, where the reader receives more and more information about a place or a planet, the reader didn't know before. The images are points of a net, which create a metaphorical place of imagination. The issue is to create a photographic, mixed media installation that brings a new perspective about universal themes such as control, staging, surveillance, and value.

the foil 2018

the nonexistent areas are of particular interest
open series, 2018 / 2019

The theme of my open series is the impact of borders and ultimate control in places that are designed to create a parallel world. These sceneries are artificial settings and constructions which create conflicts within our everyday life. The particular areas are excesses examples for staging, an imitation of the reality, and natural structures. They are especially in still life essential aspects of my recent artwork.
The whole series is build-up like the story in a novel, where the reader receives more and more information about a place or a planet, the reader didn't know before. The images are points of a net, which create a metaphorical place of imagination. The issue is to create a photographic, mixed media installation that brings a new perspective about universal themes such as control, staging, surveillance, and value.

the stone 2019

the nonexistent areas are of particular interest
open series, 2018 / 2019

The theme of my open series is the impact of borders and ultimate control in places that are designed to create a parallel world. These sceneries are artificial settings and constructions which create conflicts within our everyday life. The particular areas are excesses examples for staging, an imitation of the reality, and natural structures. They are especially in still life essential aspects of my recent artwork.
The whole series is build-up like the story in a novel, where the reader receives more and more information about a place or a planet, the reader didn't know before. The images are points of a net, which create a metaphorical place of imagination. The issue is to create a photographic, mixed media installation that brings a new perspective about universal themes such as control, staging, surveillance, and value.

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Pia Kintrup

Germany

https://www.piakintrup.com/thenonexistentareasareofparticularinterest

Pia Kintrup, a German artist, graduated at Folkwang University of Arts in Germany with a Bachelor of Arts Degree, specifically in photography. She then went to study M.A. Photography studies and practice in the same university in 2017, graduating with a Master of Arts. She has been awarded the 2019 13th International Arte Laguna Prize, winner of special prize, “Photolux Festival” in Venice, Italy and the 2019 Excellence Award, International Artist Award at Art Next Expo in Hong Kong. She has held countless exhibitions around Europe, and also a few in Asia, Canada and the USA.

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