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© Ralph Müller, Courtesy of Galerie Oliver Schweden<br/>    Picture: Jens Bruchhaus, Munich<br />

Ralph Müller

Born 1961 in Düsseldorf, Germany
Lives and works in Düsseldorf

Rote Tulpen (sechs Blüten), 1995

C-print, on DIBOND aluminium
35 x 28 cm

Ralph Müller often uses blurring as an artistic medium. Remembered images are blurred. With time, they lose their contours, become fuzzy. Through blurring, Ralph Müller makes the dimension of time and changing perceptions in the memory visible.

A photograph series by the Düsseldorf artist depicts flowers, tulips here, which bloom during several hours of exposure to the camera and then slowly wilt. Their former splendour is only dimly recognisable, as if veiled. Through a single image, one is made aware of the passing of time and the transience of all life.

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