In her photographic work, Elisabeth Neudörfl explores social, political and historical topics. Most projects deal with urban and suburban settings and include architecture, traffic, spatial structures and specific incidents. The street is both her favorite working area and an important subject matter in various projects.Read More
Elisabeth Neudörfl is Professor of Documentary Photography at Folkwang University of the Arts in Essen, Germany. After vocational training as a photographer, she studied photography in Dortmund and Leipzig and has held various teaching positions. She has published her work in a number of photobooks, for instance: Im Krankenhaus (2018, Spector Books, Leipzig, in collaboration with Ludwig Kuffer and Andreas Langfeld), E.D.S.A. (2010, Wiens Verlag, Berlin) and Super Pussy Bangkok (2006, Institut für Buchkunst, Leipzig). She exhibited in solo and group shows internationally. In addition to private collections, her work is held in the collections of the Sprengel Museum Hanover and the Fotomuseum Winterthur. Elisabeth Neudörfl also writes about photography.
Text courtesy Barbara Wien.