Hive is a series of photographic works shot throughout RMIT’s New Academic Street, a large area of the University that is currently undergoing a major reconstruction and transformation.

Art Exhibition previously on at RMIT:ART:INTERSECT in Victoria, Australia.
From Monday 30 October 2017 to Sunday 01 April 2018

Andrea Grützner, Untitled 4, from the series Hive, 2017 image

Published by anonymous on Wednesday 08 November 2017.
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Andrea Grützner (born 1984, Pirna, Germany) is a Berlin and Konstanz based artist and photographer. Andrea’s medium is photography, but her pictures seem to shift between different media, such as photography, painting and collage. Her interests involve the perception of space, historic and memorial structures, visual irritation, the familiar and at the same time unfamiliar. Andrea Grützner was awarded her Master of Arts degree in photography by the Bielefeld University of Applied Sciences in 2014. After graduation she received both the ‘PhotoVision Sponsorship Award’ and the ‘Source Cord Prize’ in 2014, as well as the ‘LEAD Award’ (silver) in 2015 and was a winner of ‘Gute aussichten – junge deutsche fotografie prize’ in 2014/2015 and FOAM Talent 2016. She is the jury winner of this year ING Unseen Talent with her work Hive. Andrea published the photo book das Eck (Kerber Verlag in March 2016), which was developed during the course of her grant Koblenzer Stadtfotografin 2015. She is represented by Julie Saul Gallery, New York and Robert Morat Gallery, Berlin.


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