My fabrication of still life is not necessarily reflecting ideas of the past, or justifying the present time. I used photography and digital possibilities to visualize my personal ideas based on the ordinariness of everyday life. In these fabricated images I transformed three –dimensional installation sets into two- dimensional space and combined them with photographic images from my travel experiences. This was an attempt to recreate a realistic impression of contemporary still life.  “Vanity of vanities, all is vanity.”
       
     
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 My fabrication of still life is not necessarily reflecting ideas of the past, or justifying the present time. I used photography and digital possibilities to visualize my personal ideas based on the ordinariness of everyday life. In these fabricated images I transformed three –dimensional installation sets into two- dimensional space and combined them with photographic images from my travel experiences. This was an attempt to recreate a realistic impression of contemporary still life.  “Vanity of vanities, all is vanity.”
       
     

My fabrication of still life is not necessarily reflecting ideas of the past, or justifying the present time. I used photography and digital possibilities to visualize my personal ideas based on the ordinariness of everyday life. In these fabricated images I transformed three –dimensional installation sets into two- dimensional space and combined them with photographic images from my travel experiences. This was an attempt to recreate a realistic impression of contemporary still life.  “Vanity of vanities, all is vanity.”

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AWieske_web_F16_01.jpg
       
     
AWieske_web_F16_02.jpg