50 min

Talent Anniversary - Alice Quaresma & Henri Badaröh Foam Talks

    • Arts

Foam is celebrating a special anniversary: the talent issue of Foam Magazine is turning 15 years old. To put a spot light onto Foam Talents as well as the people behind Foam Magazine, Foam Talks invited editors Elisa Medde, Katy Hundertmark and Henri Badaröh to be part of a mini-series. Each selects one artist from past Foam Talent editions they would like to into conversation with. Together they will dive into the artists current practice, hopes for the future and reflect on the impact the Foam Talent selection had on their careers.


The final episode welcomes Henri Badaröh, assistant editor, and Alice Quaresma who was selected as a Foam Talent in 2014 with her series Roots. Formally trained as a painter, Alice has been experimenting with materials and media that allow her photographs to be sensorial and playful, pushing the boundaries of photography as a descriptive medium. Using snapshots from her archive and painted geometric designs, she reflects on identity and memory, stimulating the ludic quality in her images.

Concept: Amelie Schüle
Production: Nordin Janssen
Mastering & Mixing: Andersen Audio Productions

Foam is celebrating a special anniversary: the talent issue of Foam Magazine is turning 15 years old. To put a spot light onto Foam Talents as well as the people behind Foam Magazine, Foam Talks invited editors Elisa Medde, Katy Hundertmark and Henri Badaröh to be part of a mini-series. Each selects one artist from past Foam Talent editions they would like to into conversation with. Together they will dive into the artists current practice, hopes for the future and reflect on the impact the Foam Talent selection had on their careers.


The final episode welcomes Henri Badaröh, assistant editor, and Alice Quaresma who was selected as a Foam Talent in 2014 with her series Roots. Formally trained as a painter, Alice has been experimenting with materials and media that allow her photographs to be sensorial and playful, pushing the boundaries of photography as a descriptive medium. Using snapshots from her archive and painted geometric designs, she reflects on identity and memory, stimulating the ludic quality in her images.

Concept: Amelie Schüle
Production: Nordin Janssen
Mastering & Mixing: Andersen Audio Productions

50 min

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