“Fleeting encounters, suggestive self-portraits, strange scenes: at first, Igor Pisuk’s series is difficult to connect to, leaving much space for free associations. The pictures create moods and sensations. Like single notes that produce a special melody when part of a series, they open up feelings the viewer needs to get in touch with” says curator Ulrich Rüter.
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