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PAUL GISBRECHT 10/28/2011 · Photography Is the ideal man (be) measurable? This question is dealt with the concept of photographer Paul Gisbrecht . It is based on the architecture in the meantime as a standard work force 'Bauentwurfslehre' of the architect Ernst Neufert (1939). This is among others concerned with the measurability of the ideal man in terms of spatial variables.To date Neufert work is regarded as a fundamental principle of standardized design space. Gisbrecht, this content-based question: Neufert of iris 'any kind of individualism and autonomy of the design process'. The series of cologne 'human objectification, and Ernst Neufert definition of space' is the critical, visual reaction and response. His black and white photographs that were honored this year with the 'Sony World Photography Award in the category of conceptual art to describe ostensibly everyday scenes. Side-mounted 'benchmarks' to do what is depicted predictable. The artist criticized with his series not only the human Individualitätsraub, but also the accompanying objectification of each, they are subject to be made an attempt to measure.
Human Reification - Concept artist Paul Gisbrecht deals with the question whether the perfect human is measurable.