Jugert’s analogue photographs expose the interplay of form and content. In her conceptual photos, the young German artist explores the relationship between coded visual information and the production of knowledge. The pictured setups are models built in her studio for the sole purpose of being captured by the camera. The works’ titles are often directive puns that urge the viewer to become aware of their position as a recipient with a subjective point of view. The photographs thus function like a reflective screen for the viewer, whose interpretation completes the picture.
Lisa Jugert, I Just like the way it looks. It's you who thinks what you are thinking, 2010. C-Print, 50x60cm