A photographic journey featuring rock hard chewing gum, the lesbian-gay festival, walls with and without gumball machines and the flowery wallpapers of Russian barracks.
Three photo-projects will be portrayed.
Treasure hunt: Berlins gumball machines, their diverse surroundings and macro shots of what 10 cents and a turn unveils.
Street festivals: Rather intuitively created shots of various street festivals and markets in Berlin since 2013.
Free time and emptiness: In the flower patterned wallpapers of abandoned Russian barracks I saw emptiness, observers with “Ostvergangenheit” (own) stories.
Annette Rausch works in politics, takes photos for the Berlin Aids-Hilfe at their gala “KÜNSTLER GEGEN AIDS” and uses the camera to capture details and structures that are often overlooked. In 2011 she finished a one year class und the direction of Andreas Rost with a group exhibition at Imago Fotokunst. Since then she has had three group and one solo exhibition. She is part of the Fotografischen Kolloquium Kreuzberg.
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