Was machen die Menschen in der Oper eigentlich, wenn bevor sie auf die Bühne treten bzw. nachdem sie abgehen? Am Ende der Gießener Idomeneo-Inszenierung gibt ein eingespielter Film unter Mozarts Ballett-Musik Antwort. Doch die ganze Wahrheit hat es natürlich nicht ins Video geschafft - hier drei gesondert erfasste Szenen:
...on a photograph.
Wonach verlangst du?
...but I had great fun reproducing this slightly deceptive scene. By the way - we shot that in a chapel (2011).
In a drawer of my desk I just found two little photographs that had been lost since a couple of years. They were taken on a non-digital camera and I printed them in the little photo lab we used to have in my former appartment on 7*11 cm paper. They were taken in a student …
In April I visited a workshop on photography and the mystery of the human face (for all those who know: a br. Stephen workshop). It was pointed out that interestingly, we make a lot of efforts to keep our faces young and perfect. But all the cosmetics in the world will never be able to …
"It’s a warm summer evening in ancient Greece…" Thalia and Melpomene sit where they always sit and watch me finally getting my own shot of the theater at night.
Who hasn't smiled at this slightly modified non-smoking-sign when they first saw it? It seems to be there for ages and of course I couldn't keep myself from photographing it. So here some small impression of the theater's rehearsal stage.
Today it's buildings and an amazing woman: Photos of churches, gallery, stations, castello, theater, statues, and Joyce DiDonato in Milano last October. The full photo album is available here. here or via the not-sooo-fancy slide show below. On youtube I found a recording of the Der Rosenkavalier production we went to see in La Scala. …
Tree, stone, blossom, water, and goat fascination around Easter in France. The full album can be viewed here or via the not-sooo-fancy slide show below.