How is this possible? What infrastructure does it require? Henrik Spohler’s most recent project takes us into that difficult-to-access intermediate realm of logistics where commodities are transhipped at an ever increasing speed: the freight areas of airports, the labyrinths of railway tracks in large shunting yards, the warehouses of international haulage contractors, the container terminals of sea ports.
Henrik Spohler, born 1965, studied at Folkwang School in Essen, has been working as a freelance photographer in Hamburg since 1993 and teaches as a professor at the Berlin School of Technology and Economics. Spohler’s work is found in important collections, both public and private. The book to the series In Between has been published by Hartmann project.
His series In Between is on show at the Robert Morat Galerie in Berlin, until 11 March 2017.