Homo Ludens

by Tineke Reijnders


... In Katrin Korfmann’s work people are never alone in the world.
Her photos are usually full of people. You can’t really call them groups as there is a lot of space between them. The individuals on her photos don’t really belong together, and if they do then they’re in small groups, in twos or threes, just like when you see people walking or crossing a square.
Katrin Korfmann is often on the road, especially
as she participates in international exhibitions, and from her work you can see that she is endlessly fascinated by open and public spaces with people continually crossing, gathering or passing by. Train stations, airports, streets, and squares form the background for her people...