Im very happy to see my Book The Bliss Point - A Story of Globalization on the shortlist for the Kassel Dummy Award 2022! Im honoured that my book has been selected along with so many other great Projects.
The 52 books are exhibited in different countries. More information about the exhibitions can be found on fotobookfestival.org
Exhibitions planned so far:
Organ Vida International Photography Festival
Photobook Week Aarhus
Prague, Czech Republic
NOKS Art Space
Istanbul Photobook Festival
Angkor Photo Festival & Workshops
Siem Reap, Cambodia
Singapore International Photography Festival
Fotopia Collective Festival
Officine Fotografiche Roma
I am especially happy to see that the books of my fellow students at University of Applied Sciences and Arts Dortmund Jan Ladwig and Steven Natusch are on the shortlist as well. Likewise, the books by Peter Pflügler and Lou-Lou van Staaveren, whom I had the pleasure of getting to know during my semester abroad at the Royal Academy of Art in The Hague. And last but not least there are Fotobus friends Anna Fritsche, Ilkay Karakurt and Helena Manhartsberger
From ApriI on I study photography in the master program photographic studies at the University of Applied Sciences and Arts Dortmund
With my graduation project The Bliss Point - A Story of Globalization I finished my bachelor studies in photography at the University of Applied Sciences and Arts Dortmund as of march 2021.
Mother Tongue: Perspectives on Food & Society' by Hatch photography collective. My work "new entrant with hba1c of 10,6%" is Exhibited
23 January 2020 19.00 - 26 January 2020 18.30
The Grey Space in the Middle
The Hague, Netherlands
Hatch is an international collective of 49 emerging visual artists, currently in their 3rd year of studies at the Photography department of the Royal Academy of Art in The Hague.
From 23 to 26 of January 2020, Hatch collective presents 'Mother Tongue: Perspectives on Food & Society', a photography exhibition at The Grey Space In The Middle
"We aim to share contemporary visions on what food is and means. Food gives life and frames life. Food is an element without a precise time and space. It exists and has always existed in countless ways. The viewer is invited to move with us through different forms and flavours.
We will converse, underline, scream, suggest, bring back, connect, question and challenge the importance that food has in our everyday. Food is a witness of dynamics riddled all around us. To really know them we have to interact with it and let everything which is related to food rise to the surface."
Danit Ariel, Haris Begic, Clara Berger, Michele Bergsma, Ivor Borovecki, Elisa Cappellari, Melissa Carnemolla, Maria Ciszewska, Florian Durkopp, Pier van den Elsen, Garam Eo, Kay Fahner, Tina Farifteh, Sophia Favela, Sanne de la Fosse, Jan Golabek, Maria de Gouveia Brazao E Sousa, Robin Griffioen, Ayitey Hammond, Joel Heikkinen, Irene Jahn, Femke Juffermans, Vanessa Kappler, Frederik Klanberg, Stephanie Korthout, Brand Kurpershoek, Lena Kuzmich, Sophie Leyendecker, Desislav Lilkov, Casper van der Linden, Mitchell Lisse, Guillaume Louvet, Antonia Mayer, Hoa/Kvet Nyguen Thi, Alexandra Petcu, Peter Pflügler, Saskia Risseuw, Sean Sandoval, Igor Siler, Lou-Lou van Staaveren, Madeline Swainhart, Lumi Tuomi, Fabian Kasper, Marco Verhoogt, Vladimir Vidanovski, Daniel Vogl, Lilli Weinstein & Ellen Wittkampf.
My work "on truth, search and classification" is on show at Heden gallery in The Hague.
9 January 2020 19.00 - 12 January 2020 18.30
The Hague, Netherlands