Keeping the relationship between image and space, and between mimesis and reality in a perpetual and intricate balancing act, her work, both independent and unconventional at once, helps shape our understanding of photography as a contemporary art form.
In a precise, detailed visual language, Hornig unites the multi-layered visual fabric, made up of views, both direct and partially hidden, and reflections on a single pictorial plane and evokes surprising and innovative ideas relating to the tensions between pictorial and `real space, through the example of the urban sphere and how we perceive it.
An exhibition of the Sammlung Moderne Kunst
Pinakothek der Moderne: Gallery 30
Alte Pinakothek: Upper floor Gallery 15, 16, 19, 20, 21, 22
10,00 / 7,00 EUR ; Sonntag / Sunday: 1,00 EUR