HOW I MISSED THE TRAIN OF
THOUGHT AND BEGAN WALKING
"I wanted to show how sometimes one is lost
in the most interesting places because we built
up a shield which prevents us from taking it
Complexity and diversity are everywhere in nature
yet most of the time we don't see it anymore."
Carlo Zappella is a self-taught photographer and did pretty much everything one can do with a camera. From documentary to advertisement to film. They first gave him a camera when Carlo was ten. Now he landed in the world of Tableau Vivant and find himself behind an old 4x5 inch camera and with a bathroom that resembles a darkroom. Artist develops all the negatives himself. To him, photography lies somewhere between cinema and painting. What Carlo Zappella likes about photography is, that it carries a sense of realism with it.
All of the pictures are analogue Kodak large format negatives
which the artist developed himself. They were scanned and digitally color graded before printing it on fine art paper.
● Opening evening: 1.8.18 19:00
● Live music: Niklas Satanik 20:00