Alfred Ko • South China Morning Post

Saturday, 30 July 2016

“Starting from sensations and emotions I recall from memories and experiences, I literally create my images building subjects on different levels and photographing them in the form of still life or portraits. In this need to give back materiality to an inner energy, the groundwork of sculpture occupies a vital part: with the help of elements like paper and pigments, these fragile forms are temporary anchor points, physical and spatial in my research; the finalization of the process is played in the second half, and that way the established space for expression is framed and emotions are confined.” Manon Wertenbroek as interviewed by Anna Buksowicz • British Journal of Photography