What is the illuminance when...

Installation 2021; 26 photograms on RC paper (unframed, laminated on aluminum composite panels), 2 series with 13 pieces each, size 23x30 cm, phosphorescent curved surface.

A photographic work, consisting of two sets of thirteen images, is presented opposite a phosphorescent curve area. The light in the room is switched on and off at regular intervals.
This work addresses how the illuminance of the sun changes over the course of a day and offers a space for observation and reflection.
The installation and photographic work confront what is unexpected and otherwise invisible. Here, the intuitive power of the linear is decidedly absent. In its place, there is a formula with the potential to alleviate this irritation.

© Gerburg Neunteufl Pipina Schickaneder

Gerburg Neunteufl Pipina Schickaneder, *1976 in Graz, lives and works in Vienna. Graduate of the Master School of Art in Graz, external studies in photography at the art academies in Vienna, Diploma in Mathematics and Descriptive Geometry from the University and Technical University of Vienna. Exhibitions, e.g. at Galerie 12-14 and Galerie Westlicht (Vienna), Fotografie Forum (Frankfurt/Main), as well as in Graz, Istanbul, Bulgaria, Croatia, and Poland.While abseiling the performers reveal sounds of a building by using hammer drills.