This native Berliner from the district Prenzlauer Berg is an independent portrait photographer. “Photography not only allows us to capture memories, but also to create new ones.” To find an extraordinary moment. That’s why she likes to photograph outdoors under natural light conditions. Judith Bader says that her style is intimate. She gets very close with the camera, but she is by no means intrusive. “With all of the people I photograph, I try to be sensitive to their talents, their tendencies, their individuality and their special character.” These qualities of her work as a professional portrait photographer are also reflected in the art project that will be presented by PharoDecks starting the 1st of September. The focus is on humanity, not on architecture.
Judith goes on a discovery tour at BER airport. At the Berlin “Coitus Interruptus” there are extraordinary encounters. The airport opens up a public space, presented intimately, to a cultural use. It’s the recapturing of a lost space by Berliners and others: exceptional, magical, interesting, and casual.
The Berliner woman has discovered the not-yet-maybe-never-opened airport as a playground, a setting equal to a Greek temple. She fills the place with life and places new, positive images in the quasi non-place. New beautiful memories with impressive insights. Wonderful views and great scenes. Visual treats!
Discover the beautifull sides at BER – Berlin Airport. Photographed and documented by Judith Bader. Displayed at PharoDercks gallery Berlin from 2nd of September 2017.
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