Andreas Lang Photography

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In “Lost and Found“ Andréas catches time itself in a subtle act, as if he had shuffled off time,
in order to observe how it choreographs a dance between the laws of nature.
The ephemeral, the once there and now gone, carries more weight here than the tangible.
Time can only displace shadows.
Splashes of color belong to the luxury of the moment, but transience is incorruptible.
It unveils what the present can only imagine.

Johanna von Halem, from the "Fünf" catalogue essay, 2009