Moses Omeogo (*1997) is a german-nigerian photographer living in Hamburg. He has worked as an editor and photographer for the Süddeutsche Zeitung and graduated at the University of Europe for Applied Sciences in 2021. Most of his projects are documentary in nature. However, he does not shy away from exploring other mediums, such as collage and wants to explore different avenues which can enhance his next projects.
Moses is currently researching how artistic practices can create a dialogue between science and society. Pandoras algorithm is his first approach on the matter. He wrote an essay about how methods of science can be part of the artistic practice, which will be published in the fourth quarter of 2021. Moses is going to take part in the Meisterklasse 2022/23 of the Ostkreuzschule Berlin.
2021 Hamburg Portfolio Review, Participant
2021 Belfast Photo Festival, Shortlist
2021 Kunsttexte - Art, Design, Life ; Methods of science as an integral part of the artistic practice (upcoming)
2021 2nd Photoworks Photography+ Graduate Issue, Longlist
2021 Photopia (Hamburg, GER)
2021 Photo Open Up, NEXUS Group Exhibition (Padua, ITA)
2019 Voies Off Gallery, Residency Group Exhibition (Arles, FRA)
2018 7th Triennal of Photography, Group Exhibition “Forms of other Rooms” in front of the Deichtorhallen (Hamburg, GER)
2022 Ostkreuzschule, Meisterklasse with Ingo Taubhorn and Prof. Linn Schröder (Berlin, GER)
2021 Photography studies at the University of Europe for Applied Sciences (Hamburg, GER)
2019 Editor and photographer for the Süddeutsche Zeitung (Munich, GER)
2019 Artist Residency at Studio Vortex with Antoine d’Agata (Arles, FRA)
2018 - 2021 Editor in chief and co - founder of QUER Magazine at UE Germany (Hamburg, GER)
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