Anne Lucassen (Sevenum, 1989) currently living and working in Eindhoven (NL) is a photographer who mainly focuses on investigating identity in it’s broadest form.
For her research she uses a method called mapping. Mapping is the drawing of ideas and the relations among them.
For her latest project she undertook a tour of reflection along the Meuse, the river she grew up with in her home province Limburg. Together with graphic designer
Bart de Keijzer she designed an atlas of her work in which she alternates pictures of her journey with personal musings. A book that is above all functional. A vast number of images needed to be combined with an elaborate story in a clear and accessible format. A user friendly archiving system was devised linking each image in the book to a specific location on her journey along the river Meuse, a metaphor for time, process and change.
Her project was shown during International photo festival BredaPhoto in 2014.