Works 1969 – 2000 

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Idem Diversum



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1991–1995
The medieval „Totentanz“, (Danse macabre/dance of death), symbolizes the absolute relativization.
„Death“ is the egalitarian, affecting the king as well as the beggar.
IDEM DIVERSUM: the same different – a paradox – we are all the same and all unique.

Each person was photographed under the same conditions:
- the distance to the camera was two meters, sixty centimeters
- the eye-level was constant
This series was realized in three continents and with over two hundred people.


C-Prints
Originals ca. 200 x 100 cm



Galerie Littmann, 1995
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