“Experimentation has shaped my identity as an artist. I’m always thinking about different sculptural approaches to photography and how I can build layers into the work.”
Alma Haser (b. 1989, Germany) combines photography with collage and origami techniques to create work that seeks to expand on traditional portraiture and reflect on the concerns of millennial and future generations. Coming from a fine art background her multidimensional pieces blur the distinctions between two and three-dimensional imagery. She employs inventive paper-folding techniques that create layers of intrigue around her subjects; the results of which are both striking and at times unsettling. Haser completed her Photography degree in 2010 and was shortlisted for the Taylor Wessing Portrait Prize in 2012. She has since won several awards including The Magenta Foundation’s Bright Spark Award in 2013.
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