Summer Is Over …

… and my gigantic exhibition is history!
I loved it! People loved it! 10 days … I was there every single day from beginning to end, performing live developings with different soups every day, talking to hundreds of people, swimming in my images and my sounds.
I found out that I am able to spread joy.

Here come some of my favourite pictures, made by me, my brother, Andrea Vollmer and Gabi Stang!

28 Pinhole Photos

… are hanging now outside in the green! In the Silent Green – a fantastic culture center venue in Berlin! It is part of a gigantic 1 month exhibition: THE GARDEN. CINEMATICS OF THE SOIL, dedicated to the life and work of the British filmmaker, artist and activist Derek Jarman. … see here click click!
I am a micro exhibition! I wrote about it: “Kiss the Moment, it’s Not a Pyramid!
Over the course of many days, Dagie Brundert is out and about on the silent green grounds, taking pinhole camera photos in the garden. Negatives. One every now and then. With her trusty, much-travelled Illy coffee can, she lets chance and mood guide her, looking for spots where beauty beats banality by a mile to capture just one moment. For a few seconds. The developed images are returned to their place of origin, hung up there and they remain there until they are destroyed, soaked or weathered – kiss the moment, it’s not a pyramid!”

Let it begin!