The photographs of the series SUN MOON originate at the interface of astro and landscape photography. One may think to recognize the moon standing in the firmament, but in fact we are looking at the sun.
The senses of the viewer are challenged: Because the applied photographic image of the sun contains an inversion of conventionally accepted visual habits.
In addition, the aesthetic of the photographs offers a remarkable ethereal quality. It is grounded in the mutual finding and common working of the light in heaven and cosmos.
In this scientific as well as artistically and spiritually motivated approach, the question of receptive image effect as well of the truth content in the medium of photography arises.