Jochen Lempert (born 1958) is a trained biologist and has been using photography as a documentation medium for animal and plant worlds within a man-made environment since the early 1990s. Analogous black-and-white images produce an intriguing and complex index that inevitably remains incomplete about morphological studies, which are contrasted by a subjective view. As an artist researcher, Lempert is considered collecting, archiving and evaluating the evidence as the foundation of a continuously more complex view in the image of the research subject.
Anja Dreschke is an ethnologist, filmmaker and curator and lives in Cologne. Her research interests and publications are in the field of audiovisual anthropology and media ethnology with a focus on the theory and practice of audiovisual media at the interface of experimental ethnography, essayistic film and artistic research. Most recently, together with Barbara von Flue, she has curated the exhibition “Michael Oppitz. Mobile Myths“ in the KOLUMBA Museum, Cologne (2018). With Regina Barunke she is currently preparing the exhibition “The Raw and the Cooked. Field Notes in Art and Anthropology “.
„Bremer Atelier“ is the title of a series of studio visits of artists based in and out of Bremen, together with a special guest.
Anja Dreschke, guest lecturer to the exhibition “Mattia Denisse. TRIPOD. The Anthropologist Monkey VS The Alcoholic Lizard”
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1– Studio Jochen Lempert, Hamburg
Photo: Jochen Lempert