The photographs of Némorin (*1959) are varied - in addition to black and white photographs, the works range from picturesque color photographs to abstract compositions. In these images he is not only looking for unusual perspectives on the landscape, but also cleverly staging people through his imagery. At the same time, his photographs are not arrangements but snapshots that emerge partly in secret. The play of light and shadow and geometric elements are here central.
It is "the trail of a dream, the written memories, a resistance force and the boundless humanism" (Patrick Singh) that keep cropping up in the works of Némorin.
An important part of Némorin's artistic technique is the processing of photographic papers with emulsions as well as traditional methods of development. The exhibition presents Némorin's photographs from Myanmar produced from 1999 to 2006.