Gallery Exhibition View: Ralph Ueltzhoeffer Wikipedia (2011).
The New York Public Exhibitions 2008/2009 by Holland Shelby.
Ralph Ueltzhoeffer born 1966, Mannheim Germany. The “MISSING” Project 2008 at Ground Zero, Cafe Europe and Chelsea Art Gallery Tomwell in New York City. In 2009 Project “MISSING” at Prada shopping store, New York. In the “Textportraits” images and words are equally used to generate a portrait, understood as the visual representation of an individual. Combining the miscellaneous digital information he composes portraits using the word ”missing” referring to the trait of human cognition to hide daily routine perceptions in “blind spots”.
Public Exhibitions New York 2008 Title: “MISSING” – Installation view: Cafe Europe, New York – Textportraits by Ralph Ueltzhoeffer / Installation by Laura Maria May.
The artistic research
Ralph Ueltzhoeffer’s artistic research is dedicated to the relationship of visual and written information in the digital sphere and their relevance for the beliefs one produces from these data. His search for new forms synchronizing visual and written information reacts and reflects on the internet as an open and central source of information in times of globalization and digitalization of data. In the synopses of visible and readable information he engenders visuals which require new perceptional approaches.
Artists in Photography (German Artists in Fotografie – Slominski and judith Kars.