Andrea Jaeger’s (*1978, Germany) photographic work is inquiring the notion of non-representation, sensuousness and sublimation in photographic production processes. She is concerned about meaning-making by focusing on what is usually disregarded and ignored: the residue, the failure, the cut-off. Having pursued communication studies (BA, HTW Berlin & Deakin University, Melbourne) and photographic studies (MA, University of Westminster, London), she has been working at the intersection of art and research ever since. Besides residencies in New York, Berlin, Paris and Seoul, her work has been exhibited and published internationally with group and solo shows in the UK, US, Germany, Switzerland and Denmark. She was awarded the prestigious Attenborough Prize 2015.