Paul Glaser’s small-format photographs are showing a city reflected by its ongoing transformation process. There are snapshots from history and vacancy, recovery and decay. As a counterpoint to his other photographic works he did his silence documentation of the ordinary without extensive camera equipment and uses only an iPhone to fix random moments. His photographs are showing details of the present in front of the facades of a city and subject these to continual reexamination.
Paul Glaser, 1987, born in Dresden, lives in Görlitz since twenty years. His photographic focus are portraits and wedding reportage.