Walk in the streets of Weimar and you might encounter photographer Thibaut Henz. With a 28mm lens in his pocket, Thibaut switches from analogue to digital photography, instinctively capturing friends and strangers. Images that are at once visceral, affronting and beautiful. Installed like mould spreading on a damp share house wall, Thibaut’s images commonly depict transient moments, gestures, and close-ups of an intimate and fragmented daily life. An incoherent and chaotic whole that truly speaks to the melancholy of our modern condition. Find the sensual photography lexicon of Thibaut, more than language: it’s a neck to the sky.