Samuel Henne (*1982) is a former graduate of the Braunschweig University of Art (HBK). The Museum for Photography is the city's first institutional venue to show a solo exhibition by the German artist.
Henne's images promote a dialogue between the artistic disciplines of photography and sculpture, and explore the tension between surface and space in the medium of photography.
For his projects, the artist creates sculptural arrangements which are only completed through their role within the composition of the photograph. Small objects made from everyday materials, sculptural arrangements of books, or creased and folded surfaces form the basis for his photographic compositions.
Meticulously conceptualised shapes, colours and planes, as well as the interplay of space and surface present the viewer with a visual fusion of the displayed object itself, and the medium in which it is being displayed.
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