Blaž Kutin (1970) was born in Ljubljana but lives and works in Berlin. He graduated from ethnology and sociology at the Faculty of Arts Ljubljana, and wrote for several newspapers, as well as wrote the novel “Land of White Pigeons” (1995), a book about one of his travels to Bosnia during the war. Today he is above all an award-winning filmmaker – director and screenwriter (“We’ve Never been to Venice”, 2008, “Warm for This Time of Year”, 2011). He received the award New talent EU in Cannes in 2006. He began experimenting in abstract photography after he temporarily moved to Berlin in 2009. Since then, he had several photography exhibitions in Berlin, London and New York.