Jens Windolf trained as an architect before working as a graphic designer and has always had an interest in interiors and what they say about their inhabitants. Jens’ photography captures that something that remains long after the former occupants have gone – the ghosts. The nondescript furnishings add an ambiguity to the scene, sometimes quite at odds with the history of the space – this collection covers interiors from everyday homes to former Stasi headquarters to the State Library.

“I intend to turn the viewer into a lonely spectator in front of the empty stage of a room, without any pathos, factual and distanced. I describe this human absence as the ‘presence of non-presence’.”

Enjoy…

A photograph by Jens Windolf as published in Photo/Foto Magazine

A photograph by Jens Windolf as published in Photo/Foto Magazine

A photograph by Jens Windolf as published in Photo/Foto Magazine

A photograph by Jens Windolf as published in Photo/Foto Magazine

A photograph by Jens Windolf as published in Photo/Foto Magazine

A photograph by Jens Windolf as published in Photo/Foto Magazine

A photograph by Jens Windolf as published in Photo/Foto Magazine

A photograph by Jens Windolf as published in Photo/Foto Magazine

A photograph by Jens Windolf as published in Photo/Foto Magazine

A photograph by Jens Windolf as published in Photo/Foto Magazine

A photograph by Jens Windolf as published in Photo/Foto Magazine

A photograph by Jens Windolf as published in Photo/Foto Magazine

A photograph by Jens Windolf as published in Photo/Foto Magazine

A photograph by Jens Windolf as published in Photo/Foto Magazine

A photograph by Jens Windolf as published in Photo/Foto Magazine

A photograph by Jens Windolf as published in Photo/Foto Magazine

A photograph by Jens Windolf as published in Photo/Foto Magazine

See more of Jens’ work at:

jnswndlf.com | Instagram

All images copyright Jens Windolf.

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