IN LIMBO
Kenia 2015

Diani Beach Art Gallery, Diani Beach, Kenya
Exhibition – with a selection of these works

Opening: 11th of September 2015

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Winner: Kenyan Photographer of the Year-Award 2015

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Invitation_Christoph_Brandl

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Brandl zog 2014 nach Afrika. Bei seiner Ankunft an der Südküste Kenias fühlte er sich überwältigt von der schieren Grandezza der Elemente – Land, Ozean, Himmel. Der Wunsch zu malen kam auf, genauso wie die Möglichkeit die Form vom Gefühl zu trennen.

Nach einem Prozess des Experimentierens in dem er hunderte Fotos aufnahm, gelang es Brandl schließlich, seinen Wunsch aufs Fotopapier zu bannen, indem er alle drei Elemente gleichzeitig benutzte. Und wie ein Maler auf seine Leinwand Schichten von Farbe aufträgt, schichtete Brandl fotografische Elemente auf seinen (digitalen) Bildträger – und hielt so jedes einzelne Element in Limbo.

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In Limbo, Kenya, 2015

New Exhibition – with these works
Reception: September 11, 2015, Diani Beach Art Gallery, Diani Beach, Kenya

Brandl first came in contact with Kenya’s coast in 1997, in 2014 he moved more permanently to Africa. Upon his arrival in Diani Beach he felt overwhelmed by the sheer grandezza of the elements – land, sea, airs. The desire to paint arose just like the ability to abstract form from emotion.

After an experimental process, where he took hundreds of photographs, Brandl finally succeeded in capturing his desire on photographic paper by using photos of the three elements simultaneously. Just like a painter adds layers of colours to a canvas Brandl, too, layered photographic elements onto his (digital) photographic paper – thus keeping each element in limbo.

All works are edition: 3, prices available upon request

Their sizes: (half-sized versions are also available)

140 x 80 cm, photographic paper, mounted on aluminium board, with an acrylic glas finishing

140 x 90 cm, photographic paper, mounted on aluminium board, with an acrylic glas finishing

110×70, photographic paper, unmounted

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140 x 80 cm, photographic paper, mounted on aluminium board, with an acrylic glas finishing

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140 x 80 cm, photographic paper, mounted on aluminium board, with an acrylic glas finishing

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In_Limbo_III_8483_140x90

140 x 90 cm, photographic paper, mounted on aluminium board, with an acrylic glas finishing

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In_Limbo_VII_140x80
140 x 80 cm, photographic paper, mounted on aluminium board, with an acrylic glas finishing

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In_Limbo_V_0771_140x80
140 x 80 cm, photographic paper, mounted on aluminium board, with an acrylic glas finishing

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In_Limbo_XI_3286_140x90

140 x 90 cm, photographic paper, mounted on aluminium board, with an acrylic glas finishing

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Shown at the iHub booth at the Kenyan Art Fair 2015

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In_Limbo_II_110X60

All: 110×70, photographic paper

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To be shown in Münster, Germany, Thursday, 4th of July 2019, 19h, St. Raphaelsklinik, Loerstraße 23, 48143 Münster Tel. 0251 50072217:

180 x 115 cm

IN LIMBO IV

140 x 90 cm

IN LIMBO IX

140 x 90 cm

IN LIMBO X

140 x 90 cm

IN LIMBO XI

140 x 90 cm

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90 x 140 cm

 

180 x 115 cm

90 x 140 cm

All are: photographic paper, mounted on aluminium board, with an acrylic glas finishing

Prices available upon request


 

In Limbo, Kenya, 2015/16 – English and German explanation of the project to follow further down

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Contemproray African Art Expo

English Point Marina, Mombasa, Kenya
1st – 3rd April 2016

Poster

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Winner: Kenyan Photographer of the Year-Award 2015

Kenya Art Fair 2015, Nairobi

In Limbo was represented twice

 

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First_L_2
At the booth of iHub, where Kenya’s First Lady, Margaret Gakuo Kenyatta visited

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DBAG_1
At the booth of the Diani Beach Art Gallery

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Award
With IN LIMBO I won the prize for Kenya’s Photographer 2015

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