The color photographs of the Austrian amateur photographer Rosa Ebner depict familial scenes from rural Upper Austria between the World Wars. Rosa Ebner began to photograph in 1925 at the age of nineteen.
What is remarkable about her work is her keen eye, the early use of colour and her choice of subject, which shatters the seemingly idyllic situation through irritating constellation.
Now, some seventy years later, Rosa Ebners color slides were transformed into digital files and thermotransfer prints were produced for the show at Fotohof. The photographs are being exhibited on the suggestion of Friedl and Peter Kubelka.