Cavea by Dennis Didinger

Dennis Didinger is a fine art photographer holding a B.Arts from the University of Technology, Sydney and is currently completing a M.Arts at the University of the Arts, Berlin. He has exhibited both in Germany and Australia. Dennis lives in Berlin, Germany. 

The idea for this series came through the writings of Derrida, especially his analysis of the ways in which language comes to form our relations to other living species. Derrida sees a conceptual simplification within the western tradition whereby all species of animals are grouped into one and opposed to what we define as ‘human’. The effects of this simplification are, I claim, visible within society today and something I wanted to creative reflect upon through this series.

All photos by Dennis Didinger