The horizon does not have an independent existence but only comes into being from the standpoint of the viewer, and as such represents a personal threshold. The work HORIZONS eludes to the transfixing overview applying a lenticular print method to photographic panoramas: they vary in opacity when seen from different angles and are only visible as excerpts where viewed straight-on. The entire image must be reconstructed in the mind of the passing viewer as only a fragment of the photograph is visible in a quasi-filmic succession, fragments that are continually disappearing from view.

Katarina Matiasek, 2008

photo © Thomas Freiler/ Kunstraum Niederoesterreich Vienna