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JÃ¶rg Rom chooses to produce his panoramas based on several points of view. The technical mastery is such that no joins are visible and the illusion is almost perfect. While the landscape appears to be real, we are actually observing artefacts. This means that certain effects of perspective that are impossible in reality contradict the seemingly identical reproduction of the spatial reality. By allowing a whole segment of the street to be seen in its entirety, the photographer provides an evolving image of the various phases of constructions of the city. This new and original form of representation visually integrates the interactions between history, space, architecture and society.Read more Read less
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German photographer Jörg Rom works on panoramic views. However, as he travelled, he got into the habit of photographing urban landscapes and making panoramic montages of architecture. As he travels throughout the whole of Europe, the artist creates panoramas that resemble cities that he imagines. He photographs the dimensions of space and time, and, using a futuristic technique, he showcases both the past and the present.