Workshop with Sarah Hildebrand
29 February, 13:00 – 17:00
Sarah Hildebrand’s work is focused on space and intimacy. In her projects she explores the visible and hidden conditions that define a place. An important aspect of photography is perception. Our senses – hearing, seeing, feeling, etc. – influence our perception of physical reality. Does the time factor – slow or fast photography – also play a role in perception? How can I look afresh, observe more closely and perhaps take different photographs?
The workshop takes a look at urban architecture. What does a city tell us? What is the significance of architecture? Is it the buildings that appeal to us, the space between them, a special atmosphere in a street, the street furniture on the sidewalk, the paper on the floor, the whole picture or the details? Sarah Hildebrand invites the participants to an architectural and photographic walk, a research with all senses through the city.
Sarah Hildebrand (*1978 in Geneva, CH) studied at the Geneva University of Art and Design, the Hochschule für bildende Künste, Hamburg, and attended the master class of the Ostkreuzschule für Fotografie, Berlin. Her work has been shown internationally in many exhibitions, as well as published by Kehrer Verlag, Dölling & Galitz Verlag, Christoph Merian Verlag and Art&Fiction.
Date: Saturday 29 February from 13.00 to 17.00
Venue: Photoforum Pasquart
For: professional and amateur photographers (aged 16 and over)
Price: 50.- CHF / 40.- CHF for members
Registration until 25 February
Registration and information: Ursina Leutenegger, art educator, email@example.com
Image: © Sarah Hildebrand