No Title (Transition Loss 2) Photograph by Sebastian Siebel

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Photography: Color, Photo, Metal on Aluminium.

The artwork is part of the Transition Loss series, shot in an abandoned factory in berlin, with iconic street actors and actresses. It's a large size film noir scenery, eventually even a crime scene?

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The surreal moment, the playfulness between lightness and dark matter, the complete lack of a background story creates a momentum of drama. People, from a distance, seem from a world in between.

Sebastian Siebel's production sets are always intense, created over a long period and with a team of set builders, assistants and many actors and actresses. The photographies, although happening on the streets or in abandoned factories and public buildings, are far away from quick street photographies. Moreover everything you see on set is handcrafted during the creative process.

In "Transition Loss" things are happening, stories will be continued. People are in the centre, but part of a much larger emotion: the transition from one place to another.

Every photography he creates is part of a long journey and influenced by more than a decade long work as the lighting artist for the greatest photographers & cinematographers of all time: Michael Ballhaus & Peter Lindbergh, Annie Leibovitz and Jim Rakete, Mario Testino and Glen Luchford.

Printed on Alu-Dibond. Large Format. High Quality Photography.


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No Title (Transition Loss 2)

Sebastian Siebel

Germany

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Size: 63 W x 39.4 H x 0.2 in

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Handpicked to show at The Other Art Fair presented by Saatchi Art in London