My artwork documents people, places and everyday events in and around Brooklyn -- street scenes, waterways, gardens, store fronts and interiors. Subjects are immediate and emotionally charged -- childlike but true.
I shoot overlapping multiple exposure photography, panoramic in shape, with a plastic camera (Holga). These unplanned juxtapositions capture my experience of a particular time and place and at the same time have an identity all their own.
My work consists of paintings, drawings and photographs reflective of the many places I've lived,
worked or visited in and around Brooklyn, its historic landscape and as well as the people I've
met, and continue to meet, along the way.
Alberto Marcos Bursztyn creates installations and multimedia works that explore the aesthetic
possibilities and psychological meanings of discarded objects associated with personal and
communal memory, identity, and border-crossings.