A PHOTOGRAPH: Daniel Gustav Cramer, Jenny Ekholm, Philomene Pirecki, Olve Sande

23 Jun 2012 – 28 Jul 2012

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Berlin, Germany

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A Photograph? - The night draws in and there is a strange occurrence. Black objects oscillate between and within themselves recording the scene. The senses are moving, reaching out and pulling in as they distribute the event from outside to inside and back again. There is a trembling between object and thought, surface and emotion. What remains is the mark of the artist, a documented surface and a printed page. A PHOTOGRAPH is a conceptual exhibition exploring the language of photography through the presentation of objects and installation. The gallery space could be considered a photograph in the moment of exposure; the objects placed influence the room, the edge of the picture is blurred. The idea of the frame, narrative, the cinematic, photo-black and the document could perhaps come to light by collating these elements and serve as an invitation into the fabric of photography. Curated by Stuart Bailes. Daniel Gustav Cramer (*1975, Neuss, Deutschland) received his MFA in Fine Arts from the Royal College of Art in London and his BA in Visual Communication in Printmaking/Photography from the FH M√ľnster, Germany. He lives and works in Berlin. Jenny Ekholm (*1980, Lund, Sweden) received her MA in Photography at the Royal College of Art in London and her BA in Photography at the University of Brighton. She lives and works in Sweden and Berlin. Philomene Pirecki (*1972, Jersey, Channel Islands) received her MA in Painting from the Royal College of Art and her BA in Painting from the Chelsea College of Art & Design. Pirecki lives and works in London. Olve Sande (*1984, Bergen, Norway) studied Fine Arts at the National Academy of Fine Art in Oslo, Modern Western Literature at the University of Oslo and Architecture at the Oslo School of Architecture. He lives and works in Oslo and Berlin.


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