Tatiana Echeverri Fernandez
is partial to the photogram
, and it seems the camera-less process has taken a liking to the artist, as well. From the depths of a color darkroom in her studio in Berlin, Fernandez develops photograms by placing objects directly onto light-sensitive paper and expose it to the sunlight of the streets—outdoor spaces of the city that provide both the setting and inspiration for her work. “The ephemeral, the invisible, [and] the impalpable is inscribed in Berlin through many layers,” she says, and looking to her multi-layered photograms, it is easy to spot the city in her atmospheric, holographic landscapes.