Alexander Binder merges digital and analog photography by combining modern cameras with old and self-made lenses. His photographs – characterized by blurs, aperture spots and random reflections – escape the high-tech world of current camera systems and smartphones that strive for perfection.
The following sequence of photographs was inspired by a sentence that was randomly generated with AI text tools: “Modularity is a singular transparency in which a phenomenon moves from human knowledge into the realm of emotion.” With this sentence in mind he translated a seemingly philosophical and computer-generated idea into a visual context.
Alexander currently lives, works and meditates in Stuttgart, Germany.
48 pages on Sirio Black and Arctic Volume papers.