Jaya Suberg

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Europe / Germany / Berlin / Berlin

Photomanipulation / Fine Art

Photographer female

 
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body me

body me - © Jaya Suberg


 
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Hiroshima mon amour

Hiroshima mon amour - © Jaya Suberg


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on my knees again

on my knees again - © Jaya Suberg


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Lena des fleurs

Lena des fleurs - © Jaya Suberg


 
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inside circle

inside circle - © Jaya Suberg


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stars

stars - © Jaya Suberg


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way of

way of - © Jaya Suberg


 
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ergriffen rot das Tuch,mixtechnik on107x78/ 2014

ergriffen rot das Tuch,mixtechnik on107x78/ 2014 - © Jaya Suberg


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stay

stay - © Jaya Suberg


M.O.L

M.O.L - © Jaya Suberg


Camille

Camille - © Jaya Suberg


the other angle

the other angle - © Jaya Suberg


Divaa-

Divaa- - © Jaya Suberg


When mysticism breathes ..

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When the yearning embraces us, we know of the sweet pain that does not want to be released. Jaya Suberg draws us under the surface of all assumptions in a sensitive manner. The hidden becomes visible. We should look in; dive in for all desperate expectations and imposed veils to drop, to free us tolerated evils. Jaya Suberg - for me one of the
most significant digital artists – moves us with pure emotion. The human body
is her subject, sensitively composed with depleted color within an
intra-psychic atmospheric space. The relationship between form and content is flawlessly implemented in the surreal works – to the viewer the space appears posteriori. Condition and conditional - memory and body – fascinate in a hypnotizing manner. Jaya often closes the eyes of the inviting yet inaccessible photographed models [ what’s up with all the trumpery of vanities? ]. We are aware that with the disappearance of light, the eye-sight, the attention is directed into ourselves, that is the fear.
And the artist calls forth this introspection, delineation the world, devotion to the I.
The dreaded vanitas undergoes a confrontation with Eros and beauty -
the concurrent consequence: every beauty will fade [ run, baby, run ].
Tension and softness mark the artist’s sensual aesthetic. At times
dance and the loss of control promise acceptance of all things rejected [ supply
resisted ]. At other times, the image surface is marred [ cross lines ]. There is an emergence the spatial depth [ and stirs so strangely smooth ],
but more often it is a liberating sinking. Love for the subject, for the character, is immediately recognizable – Jaya never photographs a person without empathy and resonance. The visually embodied search to deactivate the filter (mind) demands perfectly composed designs by creative digital editing of her own photographs.