About

Hannes Wiedemann (*1991 in Germany) is a Berlin-based photographer and artist. He graduated from Ostkreuz School of Photography in 2017.
Using the conceptual framework of the ‘technosphere’ as a foundation, his work explores human physicality in the anthropocene. While Grinders (2016) documents the DIY cyborg community in the United States, his project Bits and Pieces (2017) is a visceral odyssey through contemporary Seoul, the nicknamed ‘world capital of plastic surgery’.

Grinders (self-published, Berlin 2016) was awarded third prize of Kassel Dummy Award 2017 and selected BJP Breakthrough Award 2017 runner-up.

Exhibitions (selection)

2017 
NUCLEUS, Noorderlicht International Photography Festival, Groningen
GRINDERS, OFF, Bratislava
NEW CITIZENS, Organ Vida, Museum of Contemporary Art, Zagreb 
ELF, Ostkreuz School of Photography graduate show, Kaufhaus Jandorf, Berlin 
TRASH CANS FOR HEARTS AND PEOPLE HAVE NO SOUL, Fotofestiwal, Lodz  
NEW PHOTOGRAPHY II, ALAN, Istanbul 

2016 
HUMAN UPGRADE, Galerie der Schader-Stiftung/Hessisches Landesmuseum, Darmstadt 
DOCUMENTARIES DISPERSED, Meinblau, European Month of Photography Berlin 
GRINDERS Book Launch & Installation, Loris, Berlin 

2015 
MASHUP (Letter to Lagat contribution), IWALEWAHAUS, Bayreuth 

2014 
Ostkreuz School of Photography, Berlin 

Bibliography
Bits and Pieces (dummy), 2017
Grinders, self published, Berlin 2016
Letter to Lagat (contribution) by Sam Hopkins & Simon Rittmeier, StrzeleckiBooks, Cologne 2015

Awards & Nominations (selection)
2017 BJP Breakthrough Award – runner-up
2017 Kassel Dummy Award – winner 3rd prize
2017 Kolga Photo Award – Shortlisted
2016 Photobook Dummy Award, Istanbul – Shortlisted

Press & Features (selection)
Haus der Kulturen der Welt / HKW Technosphere Magazine (DE)
British Journal of Photography (BJP) (UK)
GUP Magazine #53 Infinity (NL)
FOG documentaries dispersed (DE) 
dfa-magazin / Deutsche Fotografische Akademie (DE) 

Editorial (selection)
WIRED (US / JP), DUMMY (DE), SPIEGEL online (DE), VICE creators project & motherboard (US), pagina99 (IT), De Tijd (BE), taz.FUTURZWEI (DE), INTRO (DE)