Simone Sander 1


About

I want to tell everyday stories.
My pictures are simple and technically by no means perfect. They develop straight out of the moment, spontaneous and without a step-up.
Many of them are dominated through a strict graphic composition, hard contrasts and the play of light and shade.
Whenever the opportunity presents, I take photos in large puplic buildings, often postmodern.
There, I get the feeling that with everything people built they themselves don't grow along with it.
In those large, often clinically spaces- photographed in a graphical way- the people turn out to be more and more minor patterns, next to an anonymous protagonist.
It is a main feature of many of my pictures
Recently I started taking analogue pictures again through the use of my old Polaroid camera, an Image Spectra, or actually with Fujifilm Instax mini 90.
Sometimes I try to choose this slowly fading polaroid material on purpose, to display fleeting moments in street photography.


Works

painter

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communication

the door

two men and a pigeon

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passing by

climber

O O

straight on

crossing

speed

outside

springtime

Mimese

fleeting moment

walking in white rooms

women with pigeons

walking alone

tranquillity

course of time

dquad

urgent

fleeting moment

I wish I could fly

Tangram

outside

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fleeting moment

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