About — Inge Jacobsen - Textile Artist
Textile Artist Inge Jacobsen takes mass produced images, like magazines and adverts and gives them a unique makeover. She stitches, embroiders, cuts and collages to transform her subjects. A process that Jacobsen refers to as ‘hijacking’.
Doppelkopf - mit Tochter, 1
Mutter-Glück (Motherhood) photo restitchings Mother with daughter, mother with daughter and son; photos of faces from which fragments have been torn out and sewn back in again. On the reverse side, this yields an abstract drawing of threads. The eyes, noses and mouths are always reworked – I...
Juxtapoz Magazine - Thomas Kellner's Mosaic-like Photomontages
German artist Thomas Kellner's photomontages are created by taking a series of pictures with a film camera step-by-step and layer-by-layer so that the...
szymon roginski: sculptural photography
polish photographer szymon roginski teamed up with fellow photographer kasia korzeniecka to create this unusual collection of photo sculptures for fashion designer ania kuczynska's 2009 spring/summer line
Aesthetica Magazine - The Photographic Object, 1970, Hauser & Wirth, New York
Peter Bunnell’s 1970 MoMA show Photography Into Sculpture proved a landmark in photographic practice, through its presentation of images arranged in a sculptural manner.