Friday, June 07, 2018, 6 pm
Location: Fotografie Forum Frankfurt
5 EUR, reduced 3 EUR, for members of the FFF and students with valid ID card admission is free
An elementary component of Hanne van der Woude’s work is the intensive observation of human behaviour and their environment. Her photographic art is characterised by long-term projects. She places great importance on a holistic approach to her protagonists. She becomes intensively and at the same time carefully involved in the people and their living environments that she portrays. Her attention is focused on the vibrancy of the people she portrays; their behaviour, their emotions, their individual aesthetic. Hanne van der Woude will talk about how she approaches subjects and their surroundings. She is concerned about developing an awareness of the environments, as well as aesthetic consciousness.
The lecture will be held in English.
Hanne van der Woude (*1982) studied at ArtEZ, the School of Arts in Arnhem (NL), where she lives and works today as a photographer. After her studies, she devoted several years to independent projects, for example, MC1R – Natural Red Hair (2005–2008) and Emmy’s World (2009–2015).
She has had solo exhibitions at The Hague Museum of Photography, (2008), Huis Marseille, Museum for Photography in Amsterdam (2015) and at the Fotografie Forum Frankfurt (2016). Her work has also been exhibited at Musée de l'Élysée in Lausanne (2008), Rencontres International de la Photographie en Gaspésie in Gaspésie (2016) and Kyotographie, International Photography Festival in Kyoto (2017) and the Tokyo Photographic Art Museum (2018).