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Pavlov's Dog exhibits the work of David Hiepler and Fritz Brunier
"CSCL Venus", 2014, 372cm x 149cm, 9+2AP.

BERLIN.- Ships and boats have been developed over the time alongside humanity. On a daily basis, they have become an integral part of our commercial systems. In 2013, there were nearly 53,000 commercial vessels out in the sea, carried 9.5 billion tons of cargo.

Ships have served us in many numbers of reason since the old days to the present time. From colonization and slave trade to modern needs for development in sciences, culture, and humanitarian, they are our important mean of transportation. Maritime transport has shaped the world’s economy into what we know today as energy-intensive pattern.

Hardly anyone has a clear idea how diverse these means of transport are that work as the engine of today's globalized world. David Hiepler and Fritz Brunier have been photographing cargo vessels of all countries, colors, sizes and types in a very objective and prosaic way, in order to point out these aspects of consumption in a photographic series. With this exhibition, they give a first impression of their "work in progress“.

David Hiepler was born in Lank-Latum in 1969. He was raised in Düsseldorf and Basel.

Fritz Brunier was born in Krumbach in 1972 and grew up in Bad Wörishofen (Allgäu).

Both photographers studied photography at the Lette-Academy in Berlin. They have been working together since 1996 as " hiepler, brunier,". Their work has been exhibited widely in Germany and Switzerland including exhibitions in Paris, St. Petersburg, and Edinburgh. With their prolific work, they have been recognised with many awards from Europäischen Architekturfotografie Prize, Cannes Lion, and New York Festival. They have also produced extensively commercial work with prestigious clients from David Chipperfield Architects, Audi, Swiss Re, AD Deutschland and ZEITmagazine.

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