Peter Andres

Vertical Tabs


Photographic image design begins there, where intervals of pixels are carefully placed next to each other. This can be done by specific recording techniques or by subsequent image processing. I claim the freedom to move those intervals where they are needed in my view. Therefore my pictures are often different from their erstwhile reality. By manipulating the pixel intervals I leave often the former reality of the underlying images.
This creates surreal imagery and new fictional spaces, new image wise realities. Thereby I can give the pictures a deeper symbolic content or by the elevation of the proposition a completely different reality. Many of my works are, of course, digitally processed, but not all. I see in my photographs that I take with my camera an ideal raw material for new works.