The photographic experimentation of Sabine Wild, German, living in Berlin, began in 2007 when she left her job to be a photographer full-time. Her point-of-view is decidedly an “elevated” one over the vast megalopolises of the world, in the United States, Arab Emirates and Asia in a particular. The urban landscape is her exclusive subject: Hong Kong photographed from its characteristic high-rise parking lots, Manhattan from a helicopter, Tokyo from all available observation towers and Dubai from a seaplane.
The scenes of this photographer are highly abstract and have the result of destabilizing the viewer. The reference points are metamorphosed. It is not merely a question of aesthetics and detailed, expert post-production work, but also research and experimentation aimed at portraying photographically.
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Sabine Wild Photography
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