Katharina Sieverding has created a broad and multifaceted body of work that has been of international importance in contemporary art since the late 1960s. Beginning with large-format photography,
projections of films and slides and montages of photographs, she has worked with digital projections and video as well since 1999, making these into media for the content she negotiates.
Events in social and political life have often triggered developments in her visual language, which is characterized by techniques of layering, dissolves, solarization and appropriation. These techniques interact with a reflection on the self, understood as a social construct that confronts the observer in serial reproductions of the image of the artist as a mirror and projection space for communication and
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