German photographer Thomas Kellner has been producing large-scale works that piece together monuments, palaces, museums and landmarks in a signature style that he has been perfecting for years. There is a method to these intricate fragmentations; they are made up of horizontally placed film strips that include an incredible number of individual photos side by side. Each photo was shot through the camera in a way that varies slightly from the next. Kellner’s film strips become the new capture; a new image all together that he then makes a contact print out of.
Kellner reminds us of the craft in meticulous and creative process, supplying us with undulating reconstructions that we can’t help but see with kaliedoscope eyes.