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Ute_Klein_Photography

Berlin-based photographer Ute Klein‘s portraits are fusions of two, body and shape braided together in this sort of infinite, circulatory channel. They make up her recent series, Resonanzgeflechte, a self-created word that translates to something like ‘resonant entanglement.’ The couples are presented as 3-D sculptures, available to us on the surface, yet seemingly contained on the inside. Klein calls these forms the ‘Body of the Couple’, suggesting a transformation of two to one. It’s a nice idea, and there is indeed “something to be said about love in this work. It speaks from within the stacked up, twisted and flexed bodies. In the raising and stretching and struggling. In the folding, entwining and suspending.”

Ute_Klein_Photography

Ute_Klein_Photography

Ute_Klein_Photography

Ute_Klein_Photography

Ute_Klein_Photography

Ute_Klein_Photography

Ute_Klein_Photography

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