Tanja Selzer transfers media images as well as her own photos and film stills onto the plain of painting. The original context of the images remains hidden, thus opening up an ambiguous field of associations. The real world appears transformed into an often merely fragmentary space. The scenes lure us into an indistinct world outside known society, whose inhabitants apparently prefer to remain among themselves; other scenes reveal fateful moments that defy conscious control and concrete classification.
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Born in Idar-Oberstein, Germany, Tanja Selzer completed her studies at the University of Applied Sciences, Department of Design in Hamburg, Germany. Her Focus lies on painting. With her work, she explores the boundaries of voyeuristic situations and their social consequences. Currently she lives in Berlin.
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