Photography Installation
Neukölln Stories Project, nomadicArt
LiTE-HAUS Galerie, Berlin

- 2020

Kreuzungen is a project investigating nine intersections (Kreuzungen) in Neukölln, Berlin, in 2020. The corresponding photographs, which were presented as 6x7 colour negatives in custom-made plywood light boxes in the exhibition Neukölln Stories at LiTE-HAUS Galerie, were taken at night at the exact geographic intersections of six shops in Neukölln selected for investigation by fellow artists in the exhibition.

A street corner, a marketplace, a graveyard, and a residential estate are some of the locations given focus in this project. Though these sites may seem passive, and indeed they were selected arbitrarily, they are also representative of intersecting spatial boundaries that simultaneously connect and divide the district of Neukölln - in some cases governed by race and ethnicity, at other times gender, income, or religion. The viewer must decide to what extent they engage in voyeuristic acts by converting the colour negatives to positive images through a mobile phone app.

- Dimensions (HxWxD): 15 × 14 × 5 cm
- Materials: 6x7 Colour Negatives
- Frame: Battery-Powered Lightbox, MDF Moulding
- Primary Medium: Photography
- Edition of: 1