In his first solo exhibition in the Jette Rudolph Gallery, artist Samuel Henne (*1982 in Göttingen, lives and works in Hannover) unfolds his artistic dialogue between photography and sculpture and experiments in the intermediate sphere of surface and area, strengthened with photographic illustration mechanisms in overlaying experience dimensions of reality and illusion.
Historically a close and enduring relationship can be traced between the medium of photography and the art form of sculpture. In documentary services and at the same time particularly as the more mobile medium, photography came in, mediating for sculpture. (See Bergstein, Mary: Lonely Aphrodites: On the Documentary Photography of Sculpture, in: The Art Bulletin 74, no. 3, Sept. 1992.) Liberated from this dependency Samuel Henne transfers the two art forms into an interrelating discourse.