Hannah Herzberg (1985 in Berlin) seeks with her camera the exceptional within the ordinary. Her pictures often originate from the present – like a sudden inspiration in a diary. They capture moments of her personal environment in a poetic and humorous way. Hannah Herzberg works with analog photography. Like the impressionists, her pictures play with subtle colour shades, light, blurring and unusual perspectives. A blurry watermelon in front of a clear blue summer sky, can simultaneously be the centre or the background of the piece. It depicts an everyday moment, not staged, and easily overlooked.