The invitation to the exhibition features a photo of a drugstore from the 1930s. Gallery Diana Stigter is now located at the same address.
As you enter the gallery space, you see an almost life-size black and white photo showing the interior of a 1930s drugstore. Various products are stacked on shelves on the walls and in the cupboard behind the counter. A cash register and scales can be seen on that counter.
When you then walk further into the gallery space, it becomes clear that it is not a photo from the 1930s. The photo leans against the depicted objects. Next to and on top of each other are blocks of wood with only one or two sides painted with colourful 1930s designs. What appears to be a random setup is actually an accurate setup. From the perspective of the camera, everything turns out to be correct, as shown in the black and white photo.
The "historical" image of a place that appeals to the imagination literally falls apart behind the photo.
Depth of Field is also shown at a.o. Thirteen Hectares (NL)