Der flirter anna sophie neher, filmography
Often I have been told to choose one and that it is dangerous to do both but I always kept doing it. I work a lot with my own photography as a sort of mood-catcher.
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I am not willing to limit myself in order to be a more accessible product in neither of the two businesses. It helps me not to loose myself in a field forgetting the outside world and allows me to travel between fine art and design.
You also work on lens-based project. I started to take pictures very early and used it to create something new through my eyes and to work on more complex conceptual themes. I think as long as one works on the specific projects in a focused way, be it fashion or photography, not confusing them or letting them take each others time, one can use them to reflect on each other.
When I studied under Veronique Branquinho I felt very lost. The creative process is not only quite similar but also often interconnected. I have vague ideas of shapes and forms in my head. Alexandra Bondi de Antoni.
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With Bernhard Willhelm I have more freedom but also realized that no matter how crazy you are there are always limitations. There is no routine, nothing dogmatic. Intellectual theories can also play a role when working on a collection.
I guess now in my final year I found my balance. The smallest one appears more like an overall grid, the biggest one looses itself on the body and is not visible as a square anymore.
What interests you in photography? How did your perception towards fashion change during your studies?
Anna-Sophie Neher’s tracks
I mainly used natural fabrics such as cashmere, wool, loden and washed-silk, which I hand printed to apply three different sizes of squares. My fashion really needs photography to uncover the world it creates.
I got obsessed with the idea of achieving a point zero in terms of constructing a garment without calling it the end, but the start of a new form. There is no limit to inspiration; anything in relation to human beings interests me. My work is very intuitive and sometimes very fast, taking a piece of fabric and just starting right away.
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For me my fashion and my photography are very closely linked. Likewise my photography is influenced by clothing and how people wear things. At the beginning I never know what it will be.
Through the images I limit reality to a framed fragment. The Austrian student also likes to work around the concept of limitation and simplifying clothes to a very basic shape.
How do you start working? The designer and photographer talks about the duality between the two areas and why she would never restrict herself to one 28October Anna-Sophie Berger16 Graduating next year, year-old Anna-Sophie Berger has a mad obsession with humanness and geometry.