2020-10-06 Viewing Room for Dimitrina S. and Alain R. Private preview of some unpublished work, not for public. I hope you enjoy… Robert Equestrian Tablecloth, 2020 digital prints on silk, 180×180 cm each (hanged on the wall; the actual prints have a caleidoscopic effect) Equestrian Tablecloth I Equestrian Tablecloth II Equestrian Tablecloth III (for larger views, click on image and wait for loading) Riders [working title], 2020 digital prints on paper all landscape formats: 150×267 cm each (16:9), except “Tilted Shot”: 150×225 cm (2:3) all portrait formats: 150×100 cm each (3:4) Rider with Tableware I Rider with Tableware II Rider with Tableware III Stuttering Rider I Stuttering Rider II Novel Speech Detector Rider and Guide I Rider and Guide II Rider Offering Free Rides in Exchange for Photos Tilted Shot Rider Looking Into the Sun I Rider Looking Into the Sun I Rider (Rubber Apron) I Rider (Rubber Apron) II Rider (Rubber Apron) III Gallop I Gallop II Rider Looking Back After the Ride I After the Ride II After the Ride III Spread I Spread II Rider (Freedoms) I Rider (Freedoms) II Rider (Futures) (for larger views, click on image and wait for loading) While especially the photos in 16:9 aspect ratio already very much anticipate a filmic view, actual video recordings of the riders and the horses are always done in parallel as well. While on the riding.vision website the focus is on video, the source material of the riding works in the physical show will mostly be from still photography, with the possibility of showing some video work as well. New riding videos from the 2020 shooting (filmed in 60p/4K) are in postproduction and will be ready at the time of the show. One example of an earlier video is Out of the Fog: https://vimeo.com/247340755 All the custom props, and most of the clothes and horse tacks used in the photos and are being collected and will be exhibited in the physical show as objects as well.