Fotograf Magazine

Dianne Kornberg

Time Does Not Exist

In her works American artist, Dianne Kornberg (1945), carefully adheres to a collection of rules that she herself established. She moves in an aggregate, where at first glance precise citations of fact intersect with the hidden meanings of images. For over a decade now, documentary and technical exactness mix in her work. They are close to science and research, and reading between the lines, where the actual stories in her works play out. ”A different nature speaks to the camera than to the eye.” This statement borrowed from the history of photography and Walter Benjamin´ is key to understanding Dianne Kornberg’s work.

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