The Corona Moving Stills series entails over 50 different still life motives, shot during the lockdowns, resulting in over 3000 images. During this period, Sachs visualised the simple aesthetics of everyday objects found in the house: vegetables, flowers from the garden, instruments, books, cans, statuettes, down to spaghetti and Corona protective gear, collecting fragments of these abnormal days.
All objects are captured in a dynamic fashion, freezing the moving subject with a flash, resulting in new and unusual visual effects, blurring the frontiers between abstract painting and photography. Common objects take on unexpected characteristics: gloves become surreal corpses, toilet paper evolves to monumental geometric patterns, plain spaghetti become constructivist choreographies.
Suspended between themselves and their mysterious alter ego, the subjects of Corona Moving Stills evoke the subtle disorientation of a suspended time, yet to be deciphered.
A small number of each motif are available as one offs, in the 113 x 162 cm format, each one with its own NFT.
Further pictures of the series are available in smaller sizes and limited editions.