22.07.14 @ 15:30♥139
Molo + d/dt and Frank La Riviere Architects
The Nebuta House
10.05.14 @ 23:22♥2762
Sander Meisner (1979) is an Amsterdam based photographer specialized in medium format film photography using long exposures and found artificial light. He photographs the urban contemporary landscape. Sander Meisner is a night walker, venturing out into the city discovering colorful beauty in the desolate corners of the gray man made structures. He exposes the sleeping infrastructure of the urban environment.
Gifted with a feeling for composition and detail, Sander is turning these usually overlooked corners into objects of desire. The lack of light and extremely long exposure of the photographic film add a secondary effect; any interaction of human movement becomes totally invisible. Therefore, his pictures make us wonder what of this beauty will remain if human life would suddenly disappear. How long will infrastructure last when not regularly maintained and when will nature take over?
“I like places that aren’t pretty or interesting at first glance.”
What’s your favorite item to take on the road with you?
My mamiya C33 with the 105mm lens and some rolls of Fujifilm 160s and Kodak 160nc, my lightmeter and ipod with Cinnamon Chasers or Aeroplane playing.
Selected by Andrew