Werdegang / Ausbildung: 
As part of a research process following the thoughts of Walter Benjamin, I began experimenting with lensless digital photography, in an attempt to photograph as if from the point of view of the Angelus Novus. The Angel of History, which faces the past with his back to the future, “looks as though he were about to distance himself from something which he is staring at”. He sees the catastrophe in front of him, but cannot pause and repair what was broken, because the storm of progress pushes him away into the future.

The duration of exposure mimics the movement of the angel - staring ahead while being pushed away into the future. The attempt is not to capture the decisive moment, since pausing is not a possibility, but the movement itself, while the lack of a focusing apparatus moves the image away from the clear and defined towards the uncertain and fragmented. This fragmentation and distortion, as well as the black and white colour scheme, creates a sort of stop, a caesura, in the everydayness, through which the past can can be revealed.

In these digital lensless videos, the duration starches the moment of staring ahead while being pushed away into the future, making the movement itself evident. Within the fixed viewpoint, the storm of pixels caused by the high ISO could be seen as the same storm, which “irresistibly propels him [the angel] into the future to which his back is turned, while the pile of debris before him grows skyward”.

Wichtige Projekte / Ausstellungen: 
The Spring Exhibition, Kunsthal Charlottenborg, Copenhagen, 2017
Curators: Alex da Corte, Torben Ribe, Stig L. Andersson, Byggstudio, Line Clausen.

Form Follows Funktion, Prince Charles, Berlin, 2017

Capture The Moment, Galleri Norrsken, Stockholm, 2017
Curators: Daniel Nagy, Alice Maselnikova

2017 Krappy Kamera Competition, Soho Photo Gallery, New York, 2017
Curator: Russell Joslin (Upcoming)

Zweibahnstraße, Sprachsalon, Berlin, 2016

OD RA DEK, Pflügerstraße 70, Berlin, 2016

Hamekarer, Tel Aviv, 2015
Curators: Iris Pshedezki, Gili Zeidman, Omri Ben Arzi

40+08 Art Marathon, Be’er Sehva, 2015
Curators: Or Frish, Michal Lyptsher
Auszeichnungen / Preise: 
Honorary Mention, 2017 Krappy Kamera Competition, Soho Photo Gallery, New York, 2017