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IN PÈTER NÁDAS’ [H] “LICHTGESCHICHTE” (“TALE OF LIGHT”), AN OLD JAPANESE PHOTOGRAPHER BIDS A FAREWELL TO ANALOGUE PHOTOGRAPHY

Sep 15, 2012 08:00 pm
Literatures of the World
Haus der Berliner Festspiele
Upper Foyer
Author
Host Daniel Schreiber
Speaker
Price 8 Euro / reduced 6 / pupils 4
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“Lichtgeschichte” (“Tale of Light”) is a collection of works from the years 1999 to 2004, including Nádas’ little-known Polaroid works and an essay about intuitive sight, in which an old Japanese photographer bids farewell to analogue photography. “Lichtgeschichte” explores the possibilities and limits of colour photography: the only circumstance of importance is light—the manner by which light is made visible in air and space, the beams through the dark that illuminate details and allow us to recognise things.

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