Born in 1991 in Neuchâtel (Switzerland), Benoît Jeannet is a multidisciplinary artist who lives and works in Berlin, Germany.
Benoît considers the studio as a laboratory and photography as a research tool. His work consists of protean images and objects that dialogue at the point of collision of contrasts. Witnessing an environment in which images overwhelm us, Jeannet functions as an operator who analyzes, deconstructs and reorganizes this flow. Jeannet’s works are constructed by conceptual layers that associate and confront each other where the represented object distinguishes itself from the physical materiality of the image. His work critically examines the popular perception of photographic images and their responsibility to the movements of Western society.