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Imagine Reality
Imagine Reality
2015

RAY 2015 Fotografieprojekte Frankfurt/RheinMain
IMAGINE REALITY

How can we or in fact would we like to see the world today? How can the alienation or dissolution of everyday realities generate new perspectives both through and in photography? Beyond the documentary, what do the visual languages with which artists reflect on the philosophical and existential aspects of the human and material existence of our time look like? Under the title IMAGINE REALITY, the Photography Triennial RAY 2015 presents in the form of one main exhibition and six partner exhibitions, thirty-five artists from fifteen different countries and their images of subjective and staged realities. Their works lead us into a world in which reality and fiction, facts and illusion, are inextricably intertwined, leading to an expansion of the real. The photographic methods used are
as diverse as the history of photography. The positions displayed here reflect the transformation of the medium and recall the potential of a visible world.

Editor: RAY Fotografieprojekte Frankfurt/RheinMain
Authors: Alexandra Lechner, Anne-Marie Beckmann, Beate Kemfert, Celina Lunsford, Clemens Meyer, Elke Gruhn, Franziska Nori, Gregor Schuster, Jule Hillgärtner, Luminita Sabau, Matthias Wagner K, Peter Forster, Peter Gorschlüter
Artists: Abelardo Morell, Annette Kelm, Anoek Steketee, Barbara Breitenfellner, Barbara Kasten, Beate Gütschow, Christina De Middel, Cinthia Marcelle, David Claerbout, Georges Rousse, Hans Op de Beeck, Jan Paul Evers, Jan Tichy, Joan Fontcuberta, John Stezaker, Jonas Dahlberg, Jörn Vanhöfen, Kathrin Sonntag, Klaus Elle, Lucas Foglia, Max Mayer, Miguel Rio Branco, Ming Wong, Nicole Ahland, Pedro Paiva João Maria Gusmão &, Sanaz Mazinani, Sascha Weidner, Simon Starling, Sonja Braas, Sophie Calle, Trevor Paglen, Viviane Sassen, Wolfgang Zurborn, Yamini Nayar

Designed by Heine/Lenz/Zizka
Swiss Binding
20,5 x 25,0 cm
232 pages
150 color ills
German/English
available
ISBN 978-3-86828-620-5
Euro 30,-
2015