What is normal? Who is normal? Are there – documentary? – images of normality?
At which sites and in which spaces does normality turn against us? Normality is subject to fashion and continuous change. Can the normality of individuals change or is it a fixed value? Where is normality created and reproduced? Are there – documentary? – images of normality?
“No image belongs to the territory of documentary or fiction” (Dias & Riedweg)
Alex Giegold and Tomka Weiß have been working in the field of photography and installation art as an artistic duo since three years.
Giegold & Weiß picture different perspectives on body politics, non-normative corporealities and sexualities. They shed light on the analysis of forms of discrimination, normalization and visual culture.
Like through a mouthpiece, Giegold & Weiß let different perspectives speak through their installation art. Templates for participatory forms of exhibiting are created, resulting in an important, harmonic communication point beyond hardened fronts and preconceived opinions.