aspect-ratio 10x9 Susanna Kirschnick

Susanna Kirschnick, Photo: Susanna Kirschnick

at 6:30 pm in room 101

After her photography studies first at Columbia College, Chicago and then at the Glasgow School of Art, Scotland, the photographer and artist founded gOlab, Labor für analoge CPrints in Berlin in 2000. There she realizes analog color photo productions as a master printer with photographers and artists. 

In addition to exhibition prints for the national and international art market, she also enlarges analog color photographs for the international fashion industry. "Her client list reads like a who's who of the photography and art scene of the last 20 years in contemporary photography." Her expertise lies in the technical and conceptual, individual implementation and elaboration of photographic works in their respective artistic or applied contexts.  

In 2012 she founded gOdigital - Lab for finest digital printproductions, Berlin with Christine Fenzl. Here they produce digital archival pigment prints and high-end drumscans for artists and photographers in exhibition contexts.  

Since 2001 she has been a freelance lecturer at various universities for "analog color printing in the darkroom", writes essays about "the color in photography" and since 2013 she is engaged in her own photographic work, the creation of an analog C-Print Alphabet2.

On 17.11. at 6:30pm in Room 101, Susanna Kirschnick will introduce herself and her work.

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