Photographic Essays

My Corona Experience (March to July 2020)

My Corona Experience shows images that were either newly taken in 2020 or rediscovered and re-edited during the review of my archive in 2020.

Changed Landscape – Homage to Robert Häusser

Still before the restrictions, when I was frequently driving through the Palatinate agricultural landscapes at low temperatures in February, I noticed the many covered vegetable fields.


Cerro Rico

Cerro Rico is a series of pictures that have been lying dormant in my archive for almost 20 years and which I rediscovered at the end of April 2020.


Contemplationes Reloaded

While reviewing my archive of colour negatives, I came across some pictures that fit into the Contemplationes series.



The Neckarspitze in Mannheim is the last spot of land that extends into the confluence of river Neckar and river Rhine.



Zewa wisch und weg (»wipe and gone«). Even though the paper mill at Waldhof had multiple owners and names in recent years, it still remains for the people of Mannheim »Die Zellstoff«, the former Waldhof chemical pulp factory. For me it embodies today – just as twenty years ago – a piece of industrial romanticism. Even back then, it looked as if it had fallen out of time – in the age of Industry 4.0 more than ever. It’s amazing that its outward appearance hardly has changed over the last twenty years – and more. Which is not to say that the interior is not ultramodern. It is exciting to follow the changes in minor details over the last twenty years in a series of images from the same perspective.

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