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Caroline Heider, Sylvia Henrich, Susanne Kriemann, Claudia Kugler, Lisa Rastl, Claudia Rohrauer

Exhibition view, “Fototechnika“, 2023, © Rainer Iglar

Can you gender photo technology? Yes! When female photographers with an affinity for technology bring digital and analog work processes and tools into the picture, when they take the fetish around camera models literally, when they let 3D-modeled body fragments emerge from nowhere, when they produce autoradiographs with samples of the radioactive mineral pitchblende, or when they stage equilibrium studies after Lucia Moholy.

Susanne Kriemann, “Radiocolloid in a radium-loaded emulsion (Herman Yagoda)“, aus der Serie: “Pechblende (prologue)“, 2016
Claudia Kugler, “Untitled“, 2023, Digitalprint, measure variable
Claudia Rohrauer, “Ma’m Universal“, 2022, digital C-print, 60 x 90 cm

FOTOTECHNIKA adds a herstory to the history of photographic technology, is artistic and scientific, sensual and factual. Those who love their medium fathom its essence, understand its technique and observe its procedures.

Lisa Rastl, “Homage to the (orange and red) square, after Josef Albers, Homage to the Square, 1957“, 2022/23
Sylvia Henrich, “based on a true story (II)“, 2019/2022, Piezo Pigment Print, measure variable
Caroline Heider, “Kanonenkugel im Weltall (Gleichgewichtsstudie)“, 2021, Pigmentprint on Papier, 100 x 70 cm
Curated by Ruth Horak