Telephone Utility Boxes (in German 'Kabelverzweiger', short KVz) are elements of the public infrastructure of communication. They are the connecting link between the main telephone network and users' houses and businesses providing their telephone and internet access. Usually sprayed with graffiti, these boxes also serve as points of subcultural communication. When enlarging the large format negatives in the darkroom, the projected image of the box appears on the photographic paper for a few seconds. Coloured light is then shone with a torch onto this image, adding a scriptural layer, which only exists on the photographic carrier. The 'light drawing' short-circuits the invisible electric impulses of the wires with graffiti tags by association.
KVz 82 A (Cyan/ Magenta/ Yellow / Green / Blue), colour luminograms on C-Prints, each 110,5 x 87 cm, 2016
KVz 8 z (Var 1-3), colour luminograms on C-Prints, each 110,5 x 87 cm, 2016
Annely Juda Fine Art, London, 2016