When Alicia was still in her teens she somewhere dug out her Daddy´s old and bulky half-automatic SLR. At that early time she started experimenting with exposure time and aperture.
Years later the digital age changed the way of making photos. Alicia then left real world photography behind in favour of computer-created fictions.
It was only later she began missing the authentic and real character of these pictures which were always ready for manipulative though creative alteration.
In her mid-twenties she rediscovered the "classic way" of doing photography. Alicia´s non-digital photographies are characterised by a distinctive retro look using coarse-grained Ilford B/W films. Making photos this way allows her to virtually collect pieces of reality - photographies with an authentic and real character in contrast to digital and computer-edited…
- Joined May 19, 2011