Krater (Keri∂), Galerie Barbara Weiss, 2015


Animation, 16 mm film, 1:25 min loop, no sound, sculpture stand, projector, looper


In Crater (Kerið), 2015, Baranowsky encircled the crater edge of the Kerið volcano, located in Southern Iceland, for almost three hours, while taking more than 2000 photographs. These images were subsequently arranged in chronological order, creating a stop-motion effect. Finally, the animation was transferred to 16mm, seamlessly looped and projected upside-down. Shapes are inverted – a concave becomes a convex and vice versa.


Galerie Barbara Weiss, Berlin
March 7 – April 25, 2015