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CONTACT (de/fr/en)
Florian Sebastian Amoser
+41 78 860 6598

Florian Amoser’s works explore various aspects of human perception. Ever since photography was invented, humans have used it as an instrument to extend the limits of their ability to observe. Consequently, the technological development of the photographic apparatus has a decisive influence on our perception. Amoser builds his own original tools for his artistic works, which make new photographic images possible. His photographs bear witness to a material dissolution of the environment in which physical reality begins to imitate a new digital reality.

Florian Amoser lives and works in Olten, Switzerland. After working for the last five years in the Bachelor and Master Photography at ECAL as well as conducting the research project Automated Photography (Together with Milo Keller and Claus Gunti), he is now focussing on his personal artistic practice. Florian graduated from ECAL in photography in 2017 with honors. He also holds a bachelor’s degree in architecture from ETH Zurich (2011).

Currently full-time freelance photographer / artist
Artistic Deputy Bachelor / Master Photography, ECAL. (2021-2022)
Research assistant in the project Automated Photography, Master Photography, ECAL. (2019-2021)
Teaching Assistant ECAL (BA Photography 2017 – 2019, MA Photography, 2019 – 2021)
FOAM Talent 2019
Grant for photography of the canton of Solothurn, Switzerland (2018)
BA in Photography at ECAL in Lausanne, Switzerland (2017), Mention (très bien) and Prix de la Foncière.
Exchange semester at Royal Academy of Art (KABK), The Hague, The Netherlands. (2015/2016)
BSc in architecture at ETH Zurich (2008-2011)

Aktuell freischaffender Fotograf / Künstler
Künstlerischer Mitarbeiter Bacherlor und Master Fotografie ECAL (2021 – 2022)
Forschungsassistent im Projekt Automated Photography im Master Photographie ECAL. (2019 – 2021)
FOAM Talent 2019
Assistent an der ECAL (BA Fotografie 2017 – 2019, MA Photographie 2019 – 2021)
Förderpreis für Fotografie des Kantons Solothurn (2018)
BA in Photographie an der ECAL in Lausanne (2017) Mention (très bien) und Preis „La Foncière“.
Austauschsemester an der Royal Academy of Art (KABK), Den Haag, Niederlande. (2015/2016)
BSc in Architektur an der ETH Zürich (2008-2011)


Aporetic Spectacle and Splicer Study in Swiss Pavilion of the Gwangju Biennale, Gwangju, KR

Splicer Study #1.1 in Spaceless, Swiss Hanok, Seoul, KR
Splicer Study #1, in Automated Photography, Platform-L, Seoul, KR

Splicer Study #1, in Automated Photography, ELAC, Lausanne, CH Splicer Study #1, in Automated Photography, Espace Commines, Paris Splicer Study #1, in La Placette, Lausanne, CH

Quantified Landscape in The Cave, TIFF Festival, Warsaw, PL

Quantified Landscape in FOAM TALENT 2019, Deutsche Börse Photography Foundation, Frankfurt, D
Quantified Landscape in FOAM TALENT 2019, Baconsfield Gallery, Vauxhall, London, UK
Quantified Landscape in When the air becomes electric, Centre de la photographie Genève CPG, Genève, CH
Quantified Landscape in FOAM TALENT 2019, Red Hook Lab, New York, USA
Quantified Landscape in FOAM TALENT 2019 Exposition in Amsterdam, NL

Quantified Landscape anlässlich der Ausstellung der kantonalen Förderpreise im Künstlerhaus S11 in Solothurn
Quantified Landscape, Jungkunst,  Winterthur
Quantified Landscape, Fotofestival Schiedam, NL
Aporetic Spectacle at Situations Fotomuseum Winterthur, Situations #134, Cluster Posthuman
Plat(t)form 2018, Fotomuseum Winterthur.

Aporetic Spectacle, Selection Prix Photoforum, Centre Pasquart, Biel/Bienne, CH
Where there are cameras, there are people, interactive autonomous photographic installation for Le Cabanon, Espace d’Art contemporaine, Université Lausanne. Project with Pietro Alberti and Lison Christe, OOOF., Lausanne CH.
Exposition des Diplomes, ECAL, Lausanne CH.

Quantified Landscape, Festival Vevey Images, Vevey, CH.
Imminent Security, in P A R A D I S E, Group Exposition at Spui 216a, The Hague, NL.

L’attente in groupshow dis/placed at The Ditch, Shoreditch Town Hall, London, UK.