Overview participating exhibitions
It doesn’t matter where Rogier ten Hacken finds himself: he feels strange and awkward wherever he is. He believes that he may reside in a permanent state of dreaminess. It was in this state that he travelled across the country, all the while carefully looking around him and intuitively photographing whatever attracted his attention or mirrored his emotional state. While a certain place attracted him the one time, another time he may have ended up somewhere by pure coincidence. As the days slipped by, Ten Hacken found a sense of silence.
Rogier ten Hacken (Netherlands, 1982) is autodidact. His projects take several years, partly because Ten Hacken takes photographs using traditional black and white film. His series MUTENESS appeared in book form earlier this year.