Intersection Of Color - SPECIAL EDITION - by Gottfried Jager

By Gottfried Jäger

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Intersection Of Colors
Hardcover Book in a Clamshell Box (188 pages) with one (1) Duratrans Print of Multiple Optics, 4.51 (1980) signed and numbered by Gottfried Jäger
15 x 10 in. / 38 x 26 cm for the book    10 x 8 in. / 25 x 20 cm for the print
Published by Sous Les Etoiles Gallery, 2021
Essays by Lyle Rexer and Bernd Stiegler
Limited Edition of 10 copies numbered I to X

Numbered and Signed by Gottfried Jäger inside the book, and on print sleeve 

Jäger photo work's was founded on elementary photo processes such as the photogram, the luminogram, the camera obscura, all being substantially linked to the theory of Generative Aesthetics by the German philosopher, Max Bense (1910-1990).This book follows the gradual progression and evolution of Gottfried Jäger's work on color at the intersection of analog and digital methods, over a period of six decades, from 1960 to 2020. In doing so, this publication demonstrates the depictive qualities of the medium that is photography, and, in contrast, also aims to focus on its “generative”, image-giving potentials.