Nothing is ever what it seems. You walk in the city, but you don’t see anything. Chaos. Distance. Everyone on his own with his phone. No contact. Not with the real world anyway, only with the virtual one.
Every image starts off with a photo, the same photo is added over and over again, just until you don’t really see what it is anymore, but then, this chaos changes into something beautiful.
Artist Statement Officially I am a photographer, but I like to call myself a photo artist. In photography I am always looking to express what I feel. Usually, I don’t find it in blue skies and bliss, so I needed to look further. Even though my starting point is still a photo, a photo that I really like and that I connect to, but one that is ‘too beautiful’ or ‘too perfect’ to express what I want. But nothing is perfect, far from it. There is chaos everywhere. Polarisation. You are either for or against something and there is no in-between. People fight each other with words on social media. People seem to be mad all the time. The changing world, where physical contact is less important and we all become anonymous when we walk on the streets in the bustling cities, our eyes glued to that little screen in our hands. That is what I try to express. The total human chaos. “Sometimes it snows in April” is just that. Cities where you don’t really know what you see. It is my chaos. This chaos is created by overlaying the same images over each other, again and again. But that is just a start. I continue working on it until I totally connect with it, and I find peace. “Peace is not the absence of chaos or conflict, but rather finding yourself in the midst of that chaos and remaining calm in your heart.” ― John Mroz
All images and text © Katti Borre
By Katti Borre
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