Sascha Herrmann utilizes the weather as an author, exploring representations of well known weather phenomena with different practices of photographic imaging. This concept refers to the close relationship between earliest experimental photography and the first empirically motivated, meteorological studies.
Sascha Herrmann, born 1982 in Berlin, finished his studies of Photography at Hochschule für Grafik und Buchkunst in Leipzig in the class of Peter Piller. He has studied in the classes of Christopher Williams at the Kunstakademie Düsseldorf and Aglaia Konrad at Luca Arts, Brussels. His work describes the perceptual simulacrum between the disciplines of meteorology and photography while relating the viewer to present experience. Sascha Herrmann lives and works in Berlin.