Gottfried Jäger

do grupo Generative Fotografie de Bielefeld, Gottfried Jäger, amigo de Flusser, a quien consagrara un libro, Pensar la Fotografía[2]; Flusser le había dedicado un ensayo[3] en 1988, en el que afirmaba que las máquinas eran más aptas para cambiar el mundo que los hombres pero que ellos debían programarlas y controlarla

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Gottfried Jäger, Pinhole Structure 3.8.14.F.2.5, 1967, 50x50cm

 

1965-Polarisation-6-8-7 Cellophane in polarized light. Direct exposures on color photography paper. Luzidograms. Unique prints, direct exposures on Agfa color paper, formatted no larger than 40 x 30 cm.

 

1966-Photogenic-Landscape-9-35 Photograms of liquid and crystal substances (water, sugar, salt, glass splinters), partially on continuous and discontinuous rotating film material (9 x 12 and 13 x 18 B/W matte film). The idea of fictitious spaces and surfaces is evoked. Associations to microcosms and macrocosms, to planetary surfaces for turbulence imagining.

 

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