Hanne Lange Houlberg is from Denmark and works in a variety of processes such as cyanotype, lumen, chemigrams and polaroids.
From: Holbaek, Denmark.
Shows: Photograms, Chemigrams, Lumen print, Silver gelatin, Liquid emulsion, Cyanotype, Polaroid image transfers.
Hanne Lange Houlberg is a Danish-based photographer. She was born in 1959 in Denmark and studied at Art Academy in Denmark from 1980-1984 and in Poland from 1988-19 89. She has been teaching art since 1995 and has taken part in exhibitions at home and abroad since 1985.
“The formula for doing a good job in photography is to think like a poet.”
More about Hanne Lange Houlberg:
- Contact email: hannehoulberg (at) gmail.com
- Website: Hannehoulberg.dk
- Instagram: @hanne_lange_houlberg
Hanne Lange Houlberg says about Sensitive Plants:
I look at nature with curiosity. I use organic rottenness and combine it with photographic chemicals into what I call Organic Photography. Organic Photography is photography without a camera. It is photography, where the chemical processes are expressions in themselves, and where the light of the sun and water play absolutely essential roles in the creation of the image. You could call it Photogenic Drawing or Photogenic Painting. What I call Organic Photography asks the question “What is photography?” now in the 21st century with the same relevance as in the 19th century, and as a poetic analogy between the two centuries. There is a mental connection between the two centuries in the approach to the work of photography, as a space for experiments, trials and tests, openness, potentials and possibilities. Light and Time were studied, in the 19th century with the scientific gaze, today it is studied as a material with artistic potential, two approaches with 150 years of poetic reference.
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