The winter landscape reveals itself bare and naked. The lively confusion of the landscape is reduced to pure geometry and merges into black and white. The connection to the real world is broken. Silence and loneliness are visible. As signs of human existence, fences and poles stand symbolically in the endless expanse of the winter landscape.
AUTHOR: Christoph Roethenmund SWITZERLAND
Christoph Röthenmund, 1968, lives and works in Berne, Switzerland. For several years he has been involved in photography and the implementation of photographic concepts. The intention to make the essence of a human being visible is as much at the centre of his work as capturing moments of experience in encounters with nature and landscapes.