In physics, resonance describes the phenomena of amplification that occurs when the frequency of a periodically applied force is in harmonic proportion to a natural frequency of the system on which it acts.
The photo project Resonances
is about intimate questions related to absence, memory and survival, the fragile and shifting boundaries between past and present, the visible and the invisible
Matthias Koch is an artist and photographer originally from Germany. He lived and worked in Chile, Venezuela, Mexico and France and currently established his basecamp in the South of France.
His work is based on intimate questions related to absence, memory and survival. Through a documentary approach, he seeks to explore the fragile and shifting boundaries between past and present, the visible and the invisible.
"Matthias Koch’s photographs have a great strength, an intensity of monstration that cannot leave indifferent to our time and to the world, they cause uneasiness and a diffuse anguish from which one cannot escape because it is indeed reality that is at stake, stripped of all fiction." Claude Molzino, Philosopher
Discover his work on www.matthiaskoch.co