Brigitte Aeberhard-Baur (1956), lives near Solothurn, Switzerland. Her photography does not represent the world as it is, but opens up possibilities of what could be. Looking at a blurred photograph, the imagination can fill the gaps that the image withholds. In this way, emotions and moments can motivate us to pause and let our own stories be experienced.
Aeberhard constantly encounters motifs - at first glance often very everyday moments - the charm of which can sometimes only be seen through the processing. The technique is simple. During a long exposure time, Aeberhard deliberately performs camera movements (ICM = Intentional Camera Movement). The photos are then processed in Lightroom and Photoshop, using textures that open up completely new artistic possibilities, somewhere between photography and painting