‘Zenker’ by Jonas Feige & Yana Wernicke

Jonas Feige and Yana Wernicke are Berlin-based photographers. Since 2016 they have been working on the project Zenker, about the history and repercussions of the life of German botanist and gardener Georg August Zenker. The photobook of the project has just been published by Edition Patrick Frey and it’s the perfect opportunity to have this conversation. How did you […]

Kinderszenen by Lionel Jusseret

Lionel Jusseret is a Belgian documentary photographer. After finishing his studies at INSAS in 2012, he started photographing children with autism in the French association J’interviendrais. In search of unpredictable images, Jusseret aims at the intimacy of the subject, with an anthropological approach . His long term Kinderszenen recently published by Loco editions. How did you decide […]

‘Vorest’ by Phillipa Klaiber

Phillipa Klaiber is a long-form documentary photographer. The central themes of her practice are the anthropology of landscape, memory, and the materiality and topography of land.   Perhaps you can speak first about your early life to set the scene. Where did you grow up and how did that environment shape you?I grew up on the […]

‘Concrete Doesn’t Burn’ by Bertrand Cavalier

Bertrand Cavalier explores the interactions between people and their environment. Exploiting photography’s ability to penetrate the tissue that binds individuals together and embeds them into their surroundings, he creates poetic renditions of singular moments, rather than objective documents of social phenomena. Cavalier’s images reveal how the socio-political order informs everyday life through architecture and the […]