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Studio An Urban Mise en Scene STUDIO examines urban and social-cultural structures in Essen. Repetitions of architectural features, similar facades and standardized construction principles make the cityscape look homogeneous at first sight. The picture series shows the Essen north, south, east and west. The houses become the studio. Flower pots or curtains act like interchangeable props. The window opens another image plane and framed portraits. Depending on the position of the portraits, the facade of the house functions as a front or background. Some people are staged in the room, others lean out of the window and some remain hidden behind closed windows. The pictorial compositions lead to an exciting interplay between distance and proximity. The viewer embarks on a small journey through Essen's apparently homogeneous buildings, and he meets residents from different sociocultural environments. The detailed discussion reveals not only a heterogeneous society, but also a subtle architectural diversity. The work tries to depict a cross-section of the society in the Ruhr area, but rather to reinterpret the student portrait against the background of urban and social-cultural structures. Architecture Bauhaus Architecture Essen City Essen Rüttenscheid Essen Werden Germany Essen West Exterior Building Exterior View Facade Building Façade Germany Homogenization Mapping Margarethenhöhe Portrait Photography Residents Studio Photography Studio Portraiture Through The Window Urban Structures Urbanphotography Window And Wall Window Frame
Studio An Urban Mise en Scene STUDIO examines urban and social-cultural structures in Essen. Repetitions of architectural features, similar facades and standardized construction principles make the cityscape look homogeneous at first sight. The picture series shows the Essen north, south, east and west. The houses become the studio. Flower pots or curtains act like interchangeable props. The window opens another image plane and framed portraits. Depending on the position of the portraits, the facade of the house functions as a front or background. Some people are staged in the room, others lean out of the window and some remain hidden behind closed windows. The pictorial compositions lead to an exciting interplay between distance and proximity. The viewer embarks on a small journey through Essen's apparently homogeneous buildings, and he meets residents from different sociocultural environments. The detailed discussion reveals not only a heterogeneous society, but also a subtle architectural diversity. The work tries to depict a cross-section of the society in the Ruhr area, but rather to reinterpret the student portrait against the background of urban and social-cultural structures. Architecture Bauhaus Architecture Essen City Essen Rüttenscheid Essen Werden Germany Essen West Exterior Building Exterior View Facade Building Façade Germany Homogenization Mapping Margarethenhöhe Portrait Photography Residents Studio Photography Studio Portraiture Through The Window Urban Structures Urbanphotography Window And Wall Window Frame
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Elderly Couple Man Woman Residence Residents Daily Life Lifting Window Basket Rope Street Photography Urban Lifestyle Agedpeople
Lost In The Landscape Baguio EyeEmNewHere House Mountain Houses Residents Travel Philippines Rainy High Altitude Calm Calming Landscape
Picturesque residential houses - Prague, Czech Republic Czech Republic Prague Architecture Balcony Building Exterior Built Structure Cloud - Sky Day Low Angle View No People Outdoors Residential Building Residents Sky
Studio An Urban Mise en Scene STUDIO examines urban and social-cultural structures in Essen. Repetitions of architectural features, similar facades and standardized construction principles make the cityscape look homogeneous at first sight. The picture series shows the Essen north, south, east and west. The houses become the studio. Flower pots or curtains act like interchangeable props. The window opens another image plane and framed portraits. Depending on the position of the portraits, the facade of the house functions as a front or background. Some people are staged in the room, others lean out of the window and some remain hidden behind closed windows. The pictorial compositions lead to an exciting interplay between distance and proximity. The viewer embarks on a small journey through Essen's apparently homogeneous buildings, and he meets residents from different sociocultural environments. The detailed discussion reveals not only a heterogeneous society, but also a subtle architectural diversity. The work tries to depict a cross-section of the society in the Ruhr area, but rather to reinterpret the student portrait against the background of urban and social-cultural structures. Architecture Bauhaus Architecture Essen City Essen Rüttenscheid Essen Werden Germany Essen West Exterior Building Exterior View Facade Building Façade Germany Homogenization Mapping Margarethenhöhe Portrait Photography Residents Studio Photography Studio Portraiture Through The Window Urban Structures Urbanphotography Window And Wall Window Frame
Studio An Urban Mise en Scene STUDIO examines urban and social-cultural structures in Essen. Repetitions of architectural features, similar facades and standardized construction principles make the cityscape look homogeneous at first sight. The picture series shows the Essen north, south, east and west. The houses become the studio. Flower pots or curtains act like interchangeable props. The window opens another image plane and framed portraits. Depending on the position of the portraits, the facade of the house functions as a front or background. Some people are staged in the room, others lean out of the window and some remain hidden behind closed windows. The pictorial compositions lead to an exciting interplay between distance and proximity. The viewer embarks on a small journey through Essen's apparently homogeneous buildings, and he meets residents from different sociocultural environments. The detailed discussion reveals not only a heterogeneous society, but also a subtle architectural diversity. The work tries to depict a cross-section of the society in the Ruhr area, but rather to reinterpret the student portrait against the background of urban and social-cultural structures. Architecture Bauhaus Architecture Essen City Essen Rüttenscheid Essen Werden Germany Essen West Exterior Building Exterior View Facade Building Façade Germany Homogenization Mapping Margarethenhöhe Portrait Photography Residents Studio Photography Studio Portraiture Through The Window Urban Structures Urbanphotography Window And Wall Window Frame
Studio An Urban Mise en Scene STUDIO examines urban and social-cultural structures in Essen. Repetitions of architectural features, similar facades and standardized construction principles make the cityscape look homogeneous at first sight. The picture series shows the Essen north, south, east and west. The houses become the studio. Flower pots or curtains act like interchangeable props. The window opens another image plane and framed portraits. Depending on the position of the portraits, the facade of the house functions as a front or background. Some people are staged in the room, others lean out of the window and some remain hidden behind closed windows. The pictorial compositions lead to an exciting interplay between distance and proximity. The viewer embarks on a small journey through Essen's apparently homogeneous buildings, and he meets residents from different sociocultural environments. The detailed discussion reveals not only a heterogeneous society, but also a subtle architectural diversity. The work tries to depict a cross-section of the society in the Ruhr area, but rather to reinterpret the student portrait against the background of urban and social-cultural structures. Architecture Bauhaus Architecture Essen City Essen Rüttenscheid Essen Werden Germany Essen West Exterior Building Exterior View Facade Building Façade Germany Homogenization Mapping Margarethenhöhe Portrait Photography Residents Studio Photography Studio Portraiture Through The Window Urban Structures Urbanphotography Window And Wall Window Frame First Eyeem Photo
Studio An Urban Mise en Scene STUDIO examines urban and social-cultural structures in Essen. Repetitions of architectural features, similar facades and standardized construction principles make the cityscape look homogeneous at first sight. The picture series shows the Essen north, south, east and west. The houses become the studio. Flower pots or curtains act like interchangeable props. The window opens another image plane and framed portraits. Depending on the position of the portraits, the facade of the house functions as a front or background. Some people are staged in the room, others lean out of the window and some remain hidden behind closed windows. The pictorial compositions lead to an exciting interplay between distance and proximity. The viewer embarks on a small journey through Essen's apparently homogeneous buildings, and he meets residents from different sociocultural environments. The detailed discussion reveals not only a heterogeneous society, but also a subtle architectural diversity. The work tries to depict a cross-section of the society in the Ruhr area, but rather to reinterpret the student portrait against the background of urban and social-cultural structures. Architecture Bauhaus Architecture Essen City Essen Rüttenscheid Essen Werden Germany Essen West Exterior Building Exterior View Facade Building Façade Germany Homogenization Mapping Margarethenhöhe Portrait Photography Residents Studio Photography Studio Portraiture Through The Window Urban Structures Urbanphotography Window And Wall Window Frame
Studio An Urban Mise en Scene STUDIO examines urban and social-cultural structures in Essen. Repetitions of architectural features, similar facades and standardized construction principles make the cityscape look homogeneous at first sight. The picture series shows the Essen north, south, east and west. The houses become the studio. Flower pots or curtains act like interchangeable props. The window opens another image plane and framed portraits. Depending on the position of the portraits, the facade of the house functions as a front or background. Some people are staged in the room, others lean out of the window and some remain hidden behind closed windows. The pictorial compositions lead to an exciting interplay between distance and proximity. The viewer embarks on a small journey through Essen's apparently homogeneous buildings, and he meets residents from different sociocultural environments. The detailed discussion reveals not only a heterogeneous society, but also a subtle architectural diversity. The work tries to depict a cross-section of the society in the Ruhr area, but rather to reinterpret the student portrait against the background of urban and social-cultural structures. Architecture Bauhaus Architecture Essen City Essen Rüttenscheid Essen Werden Germany Essen West Exterior Building Exterior View Facade Building Façade Germany Homogenization Mapping Margarethenhöhe Portrait Photography Residents Studio Photography Studio Portraiture Through The Window Urban Structures Urbanphotography Window And Wall Window Frame
Harare, Zimbabwe, South Africa - October 16: marketplace on a country road in Harare Zimbabwe, by Natascha Kaukorat City Harare Hwange-Nationalpark Market Markets Shopping South Africa Square Travel Zimbabwe Adventure Africa Cultural Food Hut Residents Safari Souvenir Stall Town Traditional Travel Destination
Harare, Zimbabwe, South Africa - October 16: marketplace on a country road in Harare Zimbabwe, by Natascha Kaukorat City Harare Hwange-Nationalpark Market Markets Shopping South Africa Square Travel Zimbabwe Adventure Africa Cultural Food Hut Residents Safari Souvenir Stall Town Traditional Travel Destination
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Studio An Urban Mise en Scene STUDIO examines urban and social-cultural structures in Essen. Repetitions of architectural features, similar facades and standardized construction principles make the cityscape look homogeneous at first sight. The picture series shows the Essen north, south, east and west. The houses become the studio. Flower pots or curtains act like interchangeable props. The window opens another image plane and framed portraits. Depending on the position of the portraits, the facade of the house functions as a front or background. Some people are staged in the room, others lean out of the window and some remain hidden behind closed windows. The pictorial compositions lead to an exciting interplay between distance and proximity. The viewer embarks on a small journey through Essen's apparently homogeneous buildings, and he meets residents from different sociocultural environments. The detailed discussion reveals not only a heterogeneous society, but also a subtle architectural diversity. The work tries to depict a cross-section of the society in the Ruhr area, but rather to reinterpret the student portrait against the background of urban and social-cultural structures. Architecture Bauhaus Architecture Essen City Essen Rüttenscheid Essen Werden Germany Essen West Exterior Building Exterior View Facade Building Façade Germany Homogenization Mapping Margarethenhöhe Portrait Photography Residents Studio Photography Studio Portraiture Through The Window Urban Structures Urbanphotography Window And Wall Window Frame
Studio An Urban Mise en Scene STUDIO examines urban and social-cultural structures in Essen. Repetitions of architectural features, similar facades and standardized construction principles make the cityscape look homogeneous at first sight. The picture series shows the Essen north, south, east and west. The houses become the studio. Flower pots or curtains act like interchangeable props. The window opens another image plane and framed portraits. Depending on the position of the portraits, the facade of the house functions as a front or background. Some people are staged in the room, others lean out of the window and some remain hidden behind closed windows. The pictorial compositions lead to an exciting interplay between distance and proximity. The viewer embarks on a small journey through Essen's apparently homogeneous buildings, and he meets residents from different sociocultural environments. The detailed discussion reveals not only a heterogeneous society, but also a subtle architectural diversity. The work tries to depict a cross-section of the society in the Ruhr area, but rather to reinterpret the student portrait against the background of urban and social-cultural structures. Architecture Bauhaus Architecture Essen City Essen Rüttenscheid Essen Werden Germany Essen West Exterior Building Exterior View Facade Building Façade Germany Homogenization Mapping Margarethenhöhe Portrait Photography Residents Studio Photography Studio Portraiture Through The Window Urban Structures Urbanphotography Window And Wall Window Frame
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Studio An Urban Mise en Scene STUDIO examines urban and social-cultural structures in Essen. Repetitions of architectural features, similar facades and standardized construction principles make the cityscape look homogeneous at first sight. The picture series shows the Essen north, south, east and west. The houses become the studio. Flower pots or curtains act like interchangeable props. The window opens another image plane and framed portraits. Depending on the position of the portraits, the facade of the house functions as a front or background. Some people are staged in the room, others lean out of the window and some remain hidden behind closed windows. The pictorial compositions lead to an exciting interplay between distance and proximity. The viewer embarks on a small journey through Essen's apparently homogeneous buildings, and he meets residents from different sociocultural environments. The detailed discussion reveals not only a heterogeneous society, but also a subtle architectural diversity. The work tries to depict a cross-section of the society in the Ruhr area, but rather to reinterpret the student portrait against the background of urban and social-cultural structures. Architecture Bauhaus Architecture Essen City Essen Rüttenscheid Essen Werden Germany Essen West Exterior Building Exterior View Facade Building Façade Germany Homogenization Mapping Margarethenhöhe Portrait Photography Residents Studio Photography Studio Portraiture Through The Window Urban Structures Urbanphotography Window And Wall Window Frame
Harare, Zimbabwe, South Africa - October 16: marketplace on a country road in Harare Zimbabwe, by Natascha Kaukorat City Harare Hwange-Nationalpark Market Markets Shopping South Africa Square Travel Zimbabwe Adventure Africa Cultural Food Hut Residents Safari Souvenir Stall Town Traditional Travel Destination
Studio An Urban Mise en Scene STUDIO examines urban and social-cultural structures in Essen. Repetitions of architectural features, similar facades and standardized construction principles make the cityscape look homogeneous at first sight. The picture series shows the Essen north, south, east and west. The houses become the studio. Flower pots or curtains act like interchangeable props. The window opens another image plane and framed portraits. Depending on the position of the portraits, the facade of the house functions as a front or background. Some people are staged in the room, others lean out of the window and some remain hidden behind closed windows. The pictorial compositions lead to an exciting interplay between distance and proximity. The viewer embarks on a small journey through Essen's apparently homogeneous buildings, and he meets residents from different sociocultural environments. The detailed discussion reveals not only a heterogeneous society, but also a subtle architectural diversity. The work tries to depict a cross-section of the society in the Ruhr area, but rather to reinterpret the student portrait against the background of urban and social-cultural structures. Architecture Bauhaus Architecture Essen City Essen Rüttenscheid Essen Werden Germany Essen West Exterior Building Exterior View Facade Building Façade Germany Homogenization Mapping Margarethenhöhe Portrait Photography Residents Studio Photography Studio Portraiture Through The Window Urban Structures Urbanphotography Window And Wall Window Frame
Harare, Zimbabwe, South Africa - October 16: marketplace on a country road in Harare Zimbabwe, by Natascha Kaukorat City Harare Hwange-Nationalpark Market Markets Shopping South Africa Square Travel Zimbabwe Adventure Africa Cultural Food Hut Residents Safari Souvenir Stall Town Traditional Travel Destination
Studio An Urban Mise en Scene STUDIO examines urban and social-cultural structures in Essen. Repetitions of architectural features, similar facades and standardized construction principles make the cityscape look homogeneous at first sight. The picture series shows the Essen north, south, east and west. The houses become the studio. Flower pots or curtains act like interchangeable props. The window opens another image plane and framed portraits. Depending on the position of the portraits, the facade of the house functions as a front or background. Some people are staged in the room, others lean out of the window and some remain hidden behind closed windows. The pictorial compositions lead to an exciting interplay between distance and proximity. The viewer embarks on a small journey through Essen's apparently homogeneous buildings, and he meets residents from different sociocultural environments. The detailed discussion reveals not only a heterogeneous society, but also a subtle architectural diversity. The work tries to depict a cross-section of the society in the Ruhr area, but rather to reinterpret the student portrait against the background of urban and social-cultural structures. Architecture Bauhaus Architecture Essen City Essen Rüttenscheid Essen Werden Germany Essen West Exterior Building Exterior View Facade Building Façade Germany Homogenization Mapping Margarethenhöhe Portrait Photography Residents Studio Photography Studio Portraiture Through The Window Urban Structures Urbanphotography Window And Wall Window Frame
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