The curiosity to experience, the search for communication, to long for images that tear us out of the routine consumption of normal media image clutter: images with irritating cutouts, surprising compositions and unusual perspectives. Such an irritation is necessary to reflect upon what we encounter in everyday life. A more mysterious way of seeing evokes questioning of how to look and thus penetrate further into the various layers of the visible. The world as a collage will not dissolve in a unique punch line but rather expand itself in disparity. Space between things is very important. It leaves us room for imagination. The images themselves become catalysts to the experience diverse perception. They extend the visions for the discovery of the seemingly trivial—–Catch!

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About the Artist
Wolfgang Zurbon (b. Ludwigshafen am Rhein, 1956) is a freelance photographer currently residing in Cologne. Zurbon studied Photography at the Bavarian State School of Photography at Munich from 1977 to 1979. From 1979 to 1984, he studied Photography and Film Studies at University of Applied Sciences and Art in Dortmund by Professor Hans Meyer-Veden. Zurborn also runs the Gallery Lichtblick in Cologne since 1986, and launched The Lichtblick School in 2010.