The works of Inge consist out of pictorial images that are modified by applying various
manual and digital techniques in front of the camera. With the distortion of photographs
and found imagery, she looks up boundaries within photography and experiments with the
surface of an image to create new narratives.
Her artistic research examines how we display and use pictures. By removing photographs
from their original context, such as family albums, picture frames or digital screens the
image becomes alienated. During the process and throughout the manipulation of the
image, the photograph has to pass through different stages of time. These time sections
refer to how memories can slowly fade away or completely change over the years. Inge
investigates how time can blur memories and create new realities. Within her work there is
a certain need to discover hidden meanings underneath different surfaces.
Selected during Challenge 2019