Micheal Schwab is curious about trees in Paris. The most unnatural thing about a tree in a city is the place where it is planted. A tree in a city does not grow; it is planted. Paris lets you explore trees in Paris while it breaches narrow definitions of photography.
‘So you think you know Paris, but if you take Michael Schwab as your guide you will find yourself in a truly inventive space between photography and drawing. You will be delightfully transported to spaces and places of the imagination, with some very particular trees to hold on to for reality. This is indeed Paris from another perspective.’
Michael Schwab, born in 1966, is a London-based German artist and researcher who has exhibited in both the UK and Europe. His work takes a radical approach to photography and technology.