My practice is centered upon the fundamental and potentially extraordinary act of perceiving the world around us. Time and light, and how they connect to inner experience, are my main areas of research. Other key themes include: the aesthetics of the everyday, social geography, and art’s ability to represent the transcendent.
My recent projects focus on natural phenomena and how they affect the experience of daily life in a direct and primal way, namely within the highly structured urban environment.
Aside from pursuing personal photography and film projects, I regularly work for both national and international clients. Although my personal and commissioned work often differ in motivation and concept, I enjoy combining the two, keeping both practices sustainable and inspired.
Sander Foederer, April 2016.