For the Museum Schloss Moyland, Katharina Sieverding developed a large installation using various multimedia projections and photographic works dating from 1968 to 2013.
A key piece is the work Die Sonne um Mitternacht schauen (Looking at the sun at midnight), for which Sieverding continuously downloaded around 100,000 pieces of visual information data from NASA between May 2010 and June 2013, artistically condensing them into a dynamic picture of the surface of the sun: a luminous blue sphere – with incessant changes of light in craters and over mountain ranges on the surface, and surrounded by a brightly flaming aura – floats like a body through the space.
Her medium of expression is experimental photography along with its multimedia transformations. This catalogue surveys her career, documenting in particular her newest project, Looking at the Sun at Midnight.
English and German text.