Rhopography (1999-2003) depicts still lifes of dead insects and deteriorating fruit. It is inspired by photographic thinking evident in the history of painting and examines conceptual links between photography and Baroque still lifes when painters used a camera obscura to construct their images.

Autor: ​Joachim Froese

geboren in Montreal, aufgewachsen in Deutschland, lebt und arbeitet als Kunstfotograf in Brisbane und Berlin. ​