As a visual artist, Anne Geene (NL, 1983) captures the hidden beauty of plants and animals. With the help of photography, Geene investigates, collects and arranges the world around her. The camera objectively registers the materials in where Geene is looking for visual similarities, patterns and phenomena. Eventually, her findings are analyzed and catalogued according to an apparent logic. Her interpretation of the data is strictly personal and hints to our urge to regulate and understand the world around us.
Anne Geene began her studies on Photography at the Royal Academy of Art in The Hague and graduated at Sint Joost in Breda. In 2014, Geene won the ING Unseen Talent Award. Her work is included in various public and private collections. In 2018, she was the winner of the Volkskrant Visual Art Award.