Ingmar Björn Nolting (1995) studies photography at the Dortmund University of Applied Sciences and Arts, Germany. His work focuses on long-term documentary projects with conceptual influences. With his work “Wohin ich ging – Fragmente” he is one of the awardees of this years “German Youth Photo Award” (Deutscher Jugendfotopreis). Ingmar's work was also choosen for this year’s “Portfoliowalk” at Deichtorhallen, Hamburg. His projects were presented at several exhibitions and currently he holds a scholarship granted by the German Ministry for Education and Research BMBF (Bundesministerium für Bildung und Forschung). His works are a combination of documentary photography, portraits and texts – he also often uses sound or videographic elements to gain an extended insight into his topics, dealing with the social construction of normality, especially focussing on the life, that exists beside this construction.
Arne Piepke (1991) studies photography at the Dortmund University of Applied Sciences and Arts, Germany focussing on documentary, reportage and street photography. His main topics deal with different aspects of home and his personal relation to it. He took part in 2 group exhibitions in Dortmund and one of his photobook-dummies was shown at the Frankfurt book fair in 2015. His work "Walden" was shown at the 2016 Miss Read in Berlin.