For Wolfgang Zurborn photography is representing a way of seeing the fractured modern world in its overlapping images and contexts. In Drift, he is interested in finding the sublime in the ridiculous condition of modern life with a Dadaist awareness of the found object. With a surrealist sense of humour, Zurborn creates a fascinating collision montage of juxtaposed, multi-layered images combined on a single picture plane. Disconnected from the purely functional sense of our every-day life, the presented surroundings appear in a much more sensual way.
Wolfgang Zurborns photography has been exhibited internationally since the mid 1980s.
Authors: Peter V. Brinkemper
Artists: Wolfgang Zurborn
ca. 20 x 27 cm
59 color ills.