A reflection. Mirrors are something commonplace. But here they are broken, as if many different mirror images had been juxtaposed. Arbitrarily. Unintentionally. As it just happened. It does not give a whole. Interruptions. Irritation. Aspects. There is no order, just a colorful hodgepodge of individual aspects.
Editor note: Daniela is contributing a number of essays and stories that emerge out of her interaction and exchanges with images. Text and image on the surface speak different languages and syntax, at deeper levels they join with acts of seeing and intuition. sensation and knowing.
Daniela Noitz born in 1972 in Austria, studied German, Theology and Economics in Vienna. After a long run with many detours, she works as a ghostwriter, texter and writer.
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VJIC Table of Content for other series on Hungarian Photography (Sandor Szilagyi), Phenonology of Photography (Ione Manzali) the Quantum and the Visual Arts (Dan Duda).New series for 2017 include Russian Photography (Marina Alvitr) and On Marshalll McLuhan (Martin Speer).