Edit 77
digital fine art print on Hahnemuehle paper
90 x 186cm ( 35 by 73 inches)

'Edit 77' depicts 77 selected individual images from Isolde Kille's photographic Archive from 1989 - 1992.
The scroll of selected prints was installed in a public showcase during one week in the month of February 2019 in Berlin, Germany.
ARCHIVE 1989-92

1989-1992 features selected images from Kille's archive shortly after the fall of the wall in Germany. During 1989 till 1992, the former DDR was still very much as it used to be but the infrastructure was crumbling very quickly. Therefore Kille documented her surroundings next to her studies of fine art at the Hfbk in Dresden and UdK in Berlin, and also traveled to other smaller villages in the former DDR, where she documented people in East Berlin, Dresden, Bitterfeld (former industrial part in east Germany), and Potsdam among other places and people along the way. During this time, Isolde Kille created an archive of around 1500 images with her 35mm Nikon Camera, and she also shot a 16mm film in-between the wall where she created a surreal scene from November 1989 till March 1990.

Kille & Timespecific@2019
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