I'm working on a redesign of my website, which should be available again from July 2018. The photo on the left is part of my recent work called 'Defragmentation', which was exhibited during the '48H Neukölln' art festival at 'Klunkerkranich'. 

 

Defragmentation, Kristina (2018) 

'Defragmentation is the process of putting fragmented data sets into new order. In the context of defragmented portraits it is the attempt of rearranging hunderets of macro shots. The capturing process takes around two hours, combining multiple facial expressions in one new human-like portrait. The capturing is a very intense and intimate process, you're getting very close, you're scanning every single detail of a person. After a while the second process of reordering fragments on the computer starts. I'm trying to imitate the original face from memory, which is nearly impossible. In the end defragmentation adds the dimension of time to a portrait and sort of an expressions which can't be found in real life. At the very first moment it looks like a human, but when taking a deeper look the humanly slowly disapperas. 

 

Defragmentation is the process of putting fragmented data sets into new order. In the context of defragmented portraits it is the attempt of arranging hunderets of macro photographies into one portrait. The capturing process takes around 1-2 hours combining multiple facial expressions in one portrait. 

 

Defragmentation is the process of putting fragmented data sets into new order. In the context of defragmented portraits it is the attempt of arranging hunderets of macro photographies into one portrait. The capturing process takes around 1-2 hours combining multiple facial expressions in one portrait. 

 

Defragmentation is the process of putting fragmented data sets into new order. In the context of defragmented portraits it is the attempt of arranging hunderets of macro photographies into one portrait. The capturing process takes around 1-2 hours combining multiple facial expressions in one portrait.