In the diorama as well as in photography movements are captured for eternity. They can so forever be viewed in »real time«. Henri Cartier-Bresson however said that »photographers deal with subjects continually on the verge of disappearing«. My photographs simulate a simulation instead of reconstructing life, which is their actual task.
Today many of the old dioramas fall prey to modernization and the actual sites of nature disappear. Therefore some of these photographs have become testimonies of an era, of a real and limited nature. In the context of my serial work similarities and differences, standards and abnormalities form new categories.