In an installation concept, Sabine Schründer brings photography and video together. A block of seven monitors shows seven portraits of people in what appears to be uncommunicative but at the same time mysterious poses. Mostly averted from the spectator, the images are additionally charged with a slight restlessness in the video representation. The artist establishes the contrast between this block of anonymous and seemingly isolated individuals with five photographs of an urban space. By resuming to a few metaphorically dense images, is implied an opposition to a sequential or narrative approach: the spectator is led into a fabric of suspicions, signs and symbols.
The videos and photographs are complex, associative and occasionally irritating interpretation of society’s status quo and its groups and individuals.