© Lisa Rosenmeier
In the past few years Lisa Rosenmeier has been especially focused on the camera’s potential to capture or reproduce new, more sensuously compressed registrations of time and space. Rosenmeier started out doing analogue photography, before eventually going digital. Her photography-based prints are exploratory and experimental. Recurrently several pictures are compressed into a single work, or used in a series of works, where they are often presented in relation to a text, or installed in a larger context in the exhibition.
She also works with photography in movement. In many instances, change appear as a factor in her pictures and sequences. Often, she collates heterogeneous sequences of pictures, while she also prints on different materials – metal, paper, textile, mir-ror, glass.
kindly supported by:
Ny Carlsberg Fondet
Direktør Espen og Tanja Neergaard Dinesens Fond
Knud Højgaards Fond
Direktør J.P. Lund og Hustru Vilhelmine født Bugges Legat