„what you see is what you get (WYSIWYG)“
Project info

We live in an age of alternative facts that are spread in words and in images. In our days the form and frame becomes more important than the content, the bold statement of the image counts more than the documented reality. Thus we can never be sure if an image is true. It seems to be not necessary to look behind the scene, instead only the surface counts. This widespread uncertainty is where my series „what you see is what you get (WYSIWYG)“ sets in. The photos are exploring the conditions of alternative facts: what do we see, how are we being deceived, what do we want to see, how easily do we settle for what we believe to see? As a photographer I am examining the formal aesthetics of this confusion: the surface and its manipulation and reflection