Untold Identities, Windows
Untold Identities, Windows - 50 x 70 cm. Limited print of photography by Tina Louise Hunderup.
Edition of 1/200. Print material: Matt Lampda Fuji prof. 200g
Photography from New York City, 2007. A part of the photo collection Untold Identities.
Functional elements or buildings are processed and transformed to motifs of aesthetic value, producing new identities and meanings.
A new meaning and identity is created through fragmentation and layers of spacial geometrical forms.
In Tina Louise Hunderup's works; objects and elements with pure functional qualities and history are used, processed and transformed into motifs of aesthetic value, producing new identities and meanings.
This is being done through combining it with other media, through the specific composition or colour choice.
Working with cross-disciplinary skills such as photography, digital drawing, painting and sculpturing, Tina Louise explores the quality in letting the different media interact in a ´visual blend´of fragmentation and dynamical forms.