The term superposition is known from quantum physics and is used to describe the quantum mechanical phenomenon where particles can exist in multiple places simultaneously when they are not captured by a gaze. This thinking is reflected in the innate qualities of glass as something we can both look at but also look through. When we look at glass, a clear presence and a clear absence arise - a scenario that can be understood as the superposition of glass. Both states are part of reality and are central to Colberg in her work, where glass is examined as both rare form and photographic filter.

Superposition is a series of photographic work shot through a handmade glass lens. The work is printed on 308g Hahnemühle fine art paper and in an edition of 3 + 1 Artist Proof.

Size : 65x100 cm

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