Anika Todd is a site-based sculptor/media artist who investigates landscape and ownership through acts of trespass.
Janne Höltermann explores empty spaces and architectural structures with the photo and video camera. Her work is inspired by considerations about spatial experiences. Space is a point of equilibrium in which it is a mechanism for us to experience ourselves and yet it only exists through our embodied experience. Her most recent work includes installations and photographs that show new synthetic visual environments of gymnasiums, auditoriums, parking lots, revolving doors and architectural models.
Janne was educated in Germany, Spain and the US. Currently she is based in Hamburg, Germany but is going back and forth between Germany and the US east coast. Her work has been shown internationally in France, the Netherlands, Switzerland, Spain, Germany and the US.
Lots No. 2 (Target 02), Pigment Print, size: variable