"Karen Knorr's photography isn't particularly easy to think about. It seems easier to think with it or through it. That is, with or through its subject matter. There is so much to think about within the images, that the images themselves become elusive. We cannot see the wood for the trees. Yet her images are in many ways particularly photographic. I think this reveals itself trough their way with time. It wouldn't be quite right to say that the meaning of Knorr's images is a complex experience of time, but the layers of possibility within them are inexticably linked to their temporal character."
Taken from the article "Museum and Medium : The Time of Karen Knorr's Imagery" by David Campany, 2001