The realization of the new church was accompanied by the German photographers Joachim Brohm and Valentina Seidel with a series of artistic photographs and condensed into the Trinity art book project. Through their choice of 120 photos Brohm and Seidel elaborate on the difference and overlap of rationality and subjectivity, narrative order and openness, past and present as well as simplicity and complexity and create a clear link to the architecture of Ansgar and Benedikt Schulz. The work group of the new St. Trinitatis church with its motifs of the multilayered context, the building process and the portrait studies of teenagers celebrating their confirmation and craftsmen as well as artists who are developing works for the new church is complemented by photos from further free projects with which Brohm and Seidel have created a complex visual narrative. An accompanying essay was written by Karen Irvine, curator for the Museum of Contemporary Photography Chicago.
Hardcover, 22 x 33 cm
144 pages with 120 coloured illustrations