“Vogel” (Bird)
“Löwe” (Lion)
“Fuchs” (Fox)
“Antilope” (Antelope)
“Tor” (Gate)
“Wächter” (Guard)
“Schlaf” (Sleep)
“Vlies” (Fleece)
“Licht&Schatten 1” (Light&Shadow 1)
“Licht&Schatten 2” (Light&Shadow 2)
“Licht&Schatten 3” (Light&Shadow 3)
“Licht&Schatten 4” (Light&Shadow 4)
“Surface&Color 1”
“Surface&Color 2”
“Surface&Color 3”
“Surface&Color 4”
“Just Wood 1”
“Just Wood 2”
“Just Wood 3”
“Just Wood 4”
“Tracks 1”
“Tracks 2”
“Tracks 3”
“Tracks 4”
“Plants 1”
“Plants 2”
“Plants 3”
“Plants 4”
“Löwe” (Lion)
“Löwe” (Lion)
PORTFOLIO "Animals": Vogel(Bird),(Löwe)Lion, (Fuchs)Fox, Antilope(Antelope) 1988 Portfolio (4 prints) Special price 1600€ Technique: Kodak Ektar 100 24x36 mm color negativ film; high-end digitized.  Print: Piezo-Print on Somerset Velvet Size: Paper: 76x56 cm, Picture: 66x46 cm Copies: 25, numbered and signed, and 5 artist's copies (I-V) Price: 575.‒ Euros Artist: Björn Dämpfling
The four photos of the portfolio „Animals“ were also shot on Bulls Island/South Carolina/USA. The most important aspect for me, concerning these images, is the fact that it was these “animals”, in the general sense of this term, which I “saw”, taking these photos. So looking through the viewfinder, having my image I did not see a piece of wood, but in this case a cowering animal. If the name I gave it in hindsight in a completely associative manner does not come even close to what others think, that’s quite ok, but it is the seeming vivification of this dead wood that generates the fascination of these images for me. There is an additional sculptural aspect, really accidental aspect, but none the less this fosters the imagination making it look less likely that this is just a piece of nature, just sun bleached wood.