K. Hoell
Sunset Park Synchronicities

Synchronicities are super cool. My personal favourite string of synchronicities happened when I decided to move to New York for two months to photograph my final MA project. It really felt as if the universe had conspired to show me that I was going to the right place at the right time. Apart from receiving a …

29. January 2019
God Thank the Queen

You’ve worked on your artistic project for months and months, sometimes for years. You brace yourself to finally take the plunge, to show your labour of love to the world, just to realise that the world is too busy, too occupied with other things, too fast-paced to stop for just a second and take in …

22. January 2019
Walking with Ghosts of Photography’s Past

  It’s March 2009. I have just started photographing professionally. Well, let’s be honest, I have just finished a single class at University, I have dabbled a little in darkroom work and I have an internship offer by Annie Leibovitz in my pocket (well, that’s actually something). So, what can go wrong? The world is …

14. January 2019
Dancing a Peculiar Rhythm between Reality and Dream

For a brief moment things appear in front of the camera, // captured, yet long gone – // flashes of clarity in a neverending stream, // frozen to be contemplated again and again. // Standstills in time and space, // already blurred in the past. // Silent testimonials of a former now in the present, …

12. January 2019
Collectionair Curates

The curators of the new online art platform Collectionair.com have selected a couple of photographs from my series Kurzweil to be included in their very first online photography exhibition. Prints are available through the site: Collectionair.com About the show: “Get ready to be taken Through Collectionair’s Lens! Our curating team is happy to announce our first …

10. January 2019
An Unexpected Gift

As an artist, I often find it very difficult to articulate everything that I have to say about my work. So much of it is intuitive, originating from a place without boundaries and beyond words. I compare it more to a melody or poetry than to intellectual reasoning. Therefore, descriptions necessarily fall short when trying to …

9. January 2019