Claudia Rogge is a German artist and photographer, whose work with collections of bodies create a range of artistic human patterns.
She has presented naked men on their knees, bent forward and neatly stacked, to amazed passers-by in Brussels, Paris or Munich. Mass made into shape and a compact installation transportable for Europe. Art is brought to people. They are confronted with it so that they can only choose between continuing their way or stopping. Many did stop and were eager to talk to the artist. Authorities appeared reasonable, forgot laws and rules and proved themselves curious and ready to talk.
She takes inspiration from minimalistic and contemporary approaches and amalgamates them beautifully with an exaggerated motion effect, that is prevalently apparent in baroque artwork.