The overcoming of the nothingness in the picture, digital as apparent being, the time as a toothed belt of the coinciding ideas in the infinite space of the time-coded relations, a switched consciousness about the reproach of the complacency programmed lifelong in addition.
The supernatural movements of the power of a physical phenomenon, the movements of the light to the bending of the will, the constricting extension of the thinking potential, in between an unrealizable solution. For and against, nature and world, the participation of all efforts, experiments of action, doubtful views temporarily held, the possibilities of responsibility submerged in the cold.

Media art and  art photogrpaphy

Jörg Paul Janka is a German artist. He was born in Duisburg. He lives and works in Düsseldorf. He studied at the Düsseldorf Art Academy with Bernd and Hilla Becher.
Thus, he also belongs to the renowned internationally known Düsseldorf Photo School.

In 1995 Jörg Paul Janka was together with Uschi Huber, Hans-Peter Feldmann and Stefan Schneider editor of the photomagazine named Ohio. Since 1999, Jörg Paul Janka is the sole publisher of the photo magazine with Uschi Huber.

He is internationally known and active as a media artist with his independent art work. His works have been exhibited at the Kunstmuseum Bonn, Kunsthalle Nürnberg, Kunsthalle Düsseldorf and the Fondazione Morra, Naples(Italy).

His well-known works include art photography from film stills, installations and art videos. (eg: Stiftmeister’s Blick, Film 39 Min., 2015)



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