Her last Call (The Girl behind the White Picket Fence) - Limited Edition 2 of 5


Germany

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Size: 31.5 H x 31.5 W x 2 in

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Photography: Polaroid, C-type and Color on Wood and Other.

'Her last Call' (The Girl behind the White Picket Fence), 2013, 80x80cm, Edition 2/5, analog C-Print printed on Fuji Crystal Archive Paper, hand-printed by the artist, based on a SX-70 Polaroid, signed on verso, artist Inventory Nr. 16495.02

This piece is mounted on Aluminum with matte UV-Protection and framed with a shadow frame.


Offered is a piece from the movie: The Girl behind the White Picket Fence

A tale told with blemished and expired Polaroid film about the hopes and dreams of an newly orphaned girl after loosing her parents who lived in Californian desert in an vintage Spartan travel-trailer .

-filmed with Polaroid film stock and Super-8 footage, overlaid with poetic voice over monoloque - this feature film creates a dynamic kaleidoscope of words and pictures, a dreamy tale that channels Terrence Malick, Gus Van Sant, and pages torn from a lonely girls journal (Palms Springs life magazine / Carolyn Ryder)

Stefanie Schneider lives and works in Los Angeles and Berlin. Stefanie Schneider's scintillating situations take place in the American West. Situated on the verge of an elusive super-reality, her photographic sequences provide the ambience for loosely woven story lines and a cast of phantasmic characters. Schneider works with the chemical mutations of expired polaroid film stock. Chemical explosions of color spreading across the surfaces undermine the photograph's commitment to reality and induce her characters into trance-like dreamscapes. Like flickering sequences of old road movies Schneider's images seem to evaporate before conclusions can be made - their ephemeral reality manifesting in subtle gestures and mysterious motives. Schneider's images refuse to succumb to reality, they keep alive the confusions of dream, desire, fact, and fiction.

Stefanie Schneider received her MFA in Communication Design at the Folkwang Schule Essen, Germany. Her work has been shown at the Museum for Photography, Braunschweig, Museum für Kommunikation, Berlin, the Institut für Neue Medien, Frankfurt, the Nassauischer Kunstverein, Wiesbaden, Kunstverein Bielefeld, Museum für Moderne Kunst Passau, Les Rencontres d'Arles, Foto -Triennale Esslingen, Bombay Beach Biennale 2018.

“It was Stefanie Schneider, who inspired me to start the company THE IMPOSSIBLE PROJECT after seeing her work, which seems to achieve the possible from the impossible, creating the finest of art out of the most basic of mediums and materials. Indeed, after that one day, I was so impressed with her photography that I realized Polaroid film could not be allowed to disappear. Being at the precise moment in time where the world was about to lose Polaroid, I seized the moment and have put all my efforts and passion into saving Polaroid film. For that, I thank Stefanie Schneider almost exclusively, who played a bigger role than anyone in saving this American symbol of photography.”

–Florian Kaps, March 8th 2010 (“Doc” Dr. Florian Kaps, founder of “The Impossible Project”)

Keywords: Red, Love, Women, Polaroid, Desert, California, Telephone, Cowgirl, SX-70

Subjects: Women

Styles: Conceptual, Figurative, Fine Art, Portraiture, Pop Art

Mediums: Polaroid, C-type, Color

Materials: Wood, Other

Prints: Women Art Prints, Conceptual Art Prints, Figurative Art Prints, Fine Art Art Prints, Portraiture Art Prints, Pop Art Art Prints, Polaroid Art Prints, C-type Art Prints, Color Art Prints, Wood Art Prints, Other Art Prints

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