Bettina Lindenberg

Photography / Collage / Frottage

Photo Art

In the series "Wildwuchs" ("Wild Growth") the graphic artist and photographer Bettina Lindenberg takes a graphic look at abstract-looking motifs from nature. She takes as her starting point details from nature, then uses strong contrast to turn them into ink-like compositions. Details of trees and plants dissolve into structures, shapes, surfaces and lines. The three-dimensional gives way to two-dimensionality; space disappears completely. The interplay of black and white features particularly strongly. The highly reduced works are transferred onto hand-crafted paper using a frottage and collage technique. This laborious craftsmanship creates an almost ink-like impression, blurring the lines between photography and graphic art.

Image in Edition 2016

Wild Carrot

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