Sander Meisner is a Photographer, currently living and working in Amsterdam. He recently sent us over his work and we enjoyed looking through his online portfolio, bringing to mind the work of Rut Blees Luxemburg. When describing is relationship with the photographic image he told us:
‘I work with themes and ideas dealing with public space, abstraction, transformation, the passing of time, change, utopia/dystopia, function and transition. In geometric, almost abstract shapes and lines, I photograph the usually overlooked corners of buildings. I look for these compositions at night, when the sun is gone the artificial lights in and around buildings create a lot of color and shapes which the naked eye cannot see. When I photograph these grim and grey places with extremely long exposures, the night turns out to be very colourful and beautiful.
Wandering through the edges of cities, looking for colourful beauty in the desolate corners of grey, man-made, structures, I photograph the (sleeping) infrastructure of the urban environment.’
To see more from Sander Meisner
More from Sander Meisner can be viewed here: www.sandermeisner.nl