Götz Diergarten

24 March - 31 May 2007

From 1995 through 2001 Götz Diergarten used his camera to rigorously document various forms of vernacular architecture throughout Europe. During this time he created two bodies of work, each using the typographic style of German photographic formalism to reveal various details of the built environment around him. Diergarten’s work, distinctly void of the human form, explores the very nature of the architectural forms we create around ourselves, to provide an in-depth look at human nature.