Inga Erdmane is a photographer and visual artist (born in Riga, Latvia). In 2012, she graduated the KABK photography department in The Hague.
This January (2013) she had a solo exhibition in Riga, Latvia, at the Contemporary Art Centre (LCCA). From 2007 she has been an active participant in different group shows and author of several publications in Europe. Among others, last year Inga took part in «INexactly THIS», Kunstvlaai: Festival of Independents in Amsterdam and was shown at The Rencontres d’Arles 2012 Vrai ou Faux? project screening. In 2014 she participate in Rauma Biennale Balticum 2014 (Rauma, Finland) and International Contemporary Art Festival Survival Kit 6 (riga, Latvia).
Her practice frequently expands photography into sculptural forms of photo-/video- and site-specific installations. Often she forms her projects into tactile artist-books. She is interested in society and humankind and how these intersect with the individual — that is related to her interest in psychology studies she has done earlier. Inga’s main point of reference is documenting events and interpreting documentary narrative in installations. Recently she has been more involved with collaborative projects of performance and sound.