Sommerprojekt: ‹glarea

Präsentation des Künstlerbuches

Christian Indermühle

5.7.-15.7.2017

Opening: 4.7.2017, 17-20h

 

 

The architect and photographer from Bern Christian Indermühle was during several years at different locations of the KIBAG, the swiss family business, which is the leading group in construction materials, construction and recycling divisions. He has not only captured precast concrete factories and gravel quarry at the different locations but also the industrial used landscapes were in the end of the cycle the gravel-pit returns to the nature. From over 2000 variegated pictures occurred the unique artistic Book glarea. glarea [glarea] is the definition of gravel or rough sand. And that is the beginning of a journey trough the landscape of gravel, metal, concrete and water with an empty Ledi - ship. Christian Indermühle considers in his pictures often details, which are not noticed in the daily work life, like the rest of the freight in the corners of the ship. The camera captures a deserted world, it seems extinct. Huge cliffs machined by humans helped by machines, which serve as model and not as a tool. Christian Indermühle achieved to stage a important component of nature and industry in a way, that sand, gravel, industry appear on the one hand documented, factual but at the same time aesthetic, poetic. The view of the observer is skillled guided and indicated details and repetitions. Christian Indermühle does not want to tell a story with his pictures but rather each photograph sands for itself.

Mathias Frehner counts the artistic book to one of the important contributions of the Swiss photographic scene. „Es ist von einem klaren Stilwillen geprägt, der auf Distanz und Konzentration beruht und das fotografische Motiv, wo immer möglich, aus seiner örtlichen und zeitlichen Fixierung heraushebt.“

The book contains an article by Mathias Frehner as well as an interview with Bernhard Bischoff, published by Alex Wassmer.

The Gallery Bischoff & Partner presents not only the book, as well as large-sized photographs from glarea. In addition there is an edition of smaller sizes.

Indermühle was born 1945 in Bern and he studied architecture in Burgdorf. After the adoption of the architecture firm Karl and Peter Indermühle he engaged with photography and studied at the New York University. The calibration between photography and architecture is fascinating staged in his pictures. Where someone could lose himself in the gravel landscape, Christian Indermühle captures the right detail with his trained look.



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