“Geometry of nowhere” is an ongoing photographic interpretation of empty spaces and objects, which unintentionally become sculptures within our cities. The clean geometric forms of these unobserved spaces seem without personality. But when the abstract geometry of a brick wall, an industrial wasteland or an empty cinema are absent of the expected human activity, they become estranged from their purpose, and when photographed, are transformed into beautiful abstract and geometric shapes.
Sander Meisner was born in 1979. He is a self taught photographer living and working in Amsterdam. His photographic works deal with themes and ideas considering public space, abstraction, transformation, the passing of time, change, utopia/dystopia, function and transition.
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