Olli Wiegner (b. 1993) is a contemporary landscape photographer currently living in Bielefeld, Germany. Presently, he is studying Photography & Media at the FH Bielefeld Faculty of Art and Design. Olli’s projects mostly focus on the interaction of humankind with the landscape and how this relationship changes over time.
Entropy Definition No. 2: This project focuses on how suffering arises in a person and traces its roots into memories of childhood and youth. The photographs are intentionally vague and open to allow the viewer to search for their own interpretation or relate to certain emotions. They provoke questions without certain answers to emphasize how memories fade and warp over time. This fallible construct is the base for our feelings and perception of the world around us which thus is in constant change — potentially leading to feelings of tension and ambiguity. We never truly are, but merely exist in an approximation in between our past experiences and those still to come.