fever dream
New Orleans has always been a place of extremes. At least since the destruction caused by Hurricane Katrina in 2005, people here have lived in an environment that is often dilapidated, always threatened, and in many ways defective. Perhaps that's why those who don't fit into the system of America find a home here. Queer travelers who have been through a lot in their young lives. Katrina has created gaps that offer shelter. Fueled by the warm spirit of the local population, a group of unique young people was able to flourish. A rebellious and unruly subculture has emerged, cobbling together its own enchanting cosmos of the here and now, where the lights are as bright as the shadows are dark.
This page is more like an annoucement, because the work is not published yet and I'm working on a book and exhibitions. If you are curious, please email me and I will send you a pdf of the current status.

💥💥💥 Berlin solo exhibition: Vernissage 17th of May 2023, on view 18th of May – 7th of June, at Bark Berlin Gallery 💥💥💥

— With the project I was selected taking part in the 10th annual New York Portfolio Review
— It won the 2nd place at both PhMuseum Women Photographers Grant 2022
— and Emergentes – International Photography Award Encontros Da Imagem 2022
— I was chosen to attend the Nikon-NOOR Advanced Storytelling Workshop 2022 in Düsseldorf with it
— It was part of the Hamburg Portfolio Review 2021
— as well as the DFA Portfolio Walk in Hamburg, Deichtorhallen in December 2022
— The work is supported as project funding 2021 by Stiftung Kulturwerk of VG Bildkunst Germany

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If you are into facts and bureaucracy have a look at my impressum.