White Trash By Rebekka Deubner

Born in Munich, photographer Rebekka Deubner questions the concept of things taking shape and vanishing at the same time.

For her latest ongoing series titled “White Trash”, she captured different objects, bodies and monuments she feels attracted to. The images are on the edge between appearing and vanishing while the focus lies on white subjects. By using a flash, all forms are put in the foreground, which causes overexposure to chaste all shadows away. Her oeuvre is generating softness and illusion, obtained through the use of white-colored monochrome surfaces or floating materials. The artist tries to visualize the moment between appearing and disappearing, the ephemeral memory of an already passend moment.

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All images © Rebekka Deubner

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