Thursday, March 14, 2013
ABOUT the photograms:
Over the past 15 years, my photographic work has been dedicated to the development of an "ancient technique" called photograms - to make photographic pictures without using a camera. It is a physical and intuitive way to work There is no digital processing - the images emerge in the darkroom.
- Ewa Stackelberg
"Ewa Stackelberg's work is balancing between imaging and construction. In the darkroom and on photographic paper, she creates a merging of objects and bodies with light and photographic liquids. The result is a painting - without using paint and brush - where time and light place the objects on the surface. My thoughts go to the light poets of painted art and the way they kissed their subjects from a distance with their eyes using colours"
© Ewa Stackelberg