Sixtorama stands for a six-part panorama. For this series of twenty sheets, Thomas Kellner used six pinhole cameras with plan film and cut his girlfriend into six pieces, similar to the way the magician cuts up the lady. With this series, Thomas Kellner investigates the segmented perception of a panoramic route, which is not opened up with the eyes, but in the remembering vision. At the same time, Kellner dealt with one of the oldest motifs in art history: the reclining nude.
|Size of paper:||59,5 x 16,5 cm|
|Size of image:||Six images each 8 x 11,5 in a row on one sheet of paper|
|Price:||12900 Euros (one or two complete sets left)|
Thank you to my ex-girlfriend for being my model in this series.