This portrait series is inspired by the iconic three little apes. 3 Portraits of the artists are defaults for transformation with the Al Gahaku App and it’s ten variation options. The results will be presented in the internet or other digital mediums.
Previous Next Selfglitch Digital Collages, C-Print, 30×30 cm, 2018 This series takes the phenomenon of the Selfies a step further. The artist transforms and deforms his selfie by using apps on his mobile phone. Questions about image, storytelling and self-optimization are ignored. These images asking about self-image-deconstruction and self-reflectation by […]
Previous Next Burning Lens – Snow Edition Digital photography, C-Prints, var. dim., 2018 Burning Lens – Snow Edition is a series of photographs taken in winter 2017/18. With long term exposures (2 to 6 sec.) and precise choreography of the artist these photographs are showing some painting qualities. They are […]
Previous Next Burning Lens – Into The Woods Digital photography, C-Prints, var. dim., 2017 Burning Lens is a series of photographs taken in the woods. With long term exposures (2 to 6 sec.) and precise choreography of the artist these photographs are showing some painting qualities. They are documenting time-based […]
WHITE_BOX_ OPEN_SPACE Photography, each 45x30cm, Social Media (Instagram), model, 2016 – ongoingSince the opening of his WHITE_BOX_OPEN_SPACE gallery, Roland Wegerer has been showing a series of space-consuming installations, using digital space in the process. In the online gallery, proportions change and everyday objects are elevated to the status of exhibits […]
Previous Next The Hummerbichler C-Prints, var. dim., 2014 Extended variations related to “The Hummerbichler Series”. This row follows the Hummerbichler in various situations and various shapes.
Previous Next Where Do I Go? 3 Photographs, C-Print, 20×30 each, 2013
Previous Next Six Seconds of Movement 26 C-Prints, s/w, var. dim., 2011
Previous Next Staring At The Sun Through My Hands 7 Photographs, C-Print, 75×50 cm, 2014Staring at the sun through my hands.
Previous Next It’s Dark in Here Series of photography, C-Print, var. dim., 2008 “It’s Dark in Here” is a study to exame my head in relation to a black plastic bag. Thirteen photographs are showing the iconic beauty of taking yourself in a trash bag.