2019    Internship with Jan Kempenaers in Antwerp
2016 - 2020 Photography, Bachelor of Design, HKU University of the Arts, Utrecht
2012 - 2016 Bachelor of Built Environment, HU University of Applied Sciences Utrecht

Group Exhibitions
2021     De Belofte 16, Kunstliefde, Utrecht
2021     Keep an Eye Award Show, FOTODOK, Utrecht
2021     Fotofestival Naarden, Galerie Pouloeuff, Naarden
2021     Becoming Moveable Statues, city centre of Utrecht
2021     Remnants of a Moment, Kunstliefde, Utrecht
2020    Parallax Views, AG, Utrecht
2020    HKU Photography Graduation Show, FOTODOK, Utrecht
2019     Het kan niet altijd feest zijn, Café Boothill, Utrecht
2019     The sponge, the clay, the brick, the bridge, Unseen, Amsterdam

Awards / Nominations
2021     Shortlisted for Urbanautica Institute Awards 2020
2020    Selected participant FOTODOK Lighthouse: Talent Program
2020    Winner Keep an Eye Photography Stipendium
2020    Finalist Blurring the Lines 2020

Artist Books
2021    Material Evidence of what does not Exist

2020    Blurring the Lines catalog, published by Urbanautica Institute

2021     Lighthouse the podcast: Daan Russcher & David Hamers
2021     Photography Lunch Talks, Paris College of Art
2020    International Photography Conference ‘Blurring the Lines’
2020    Salon Exposure: Future Plans (HKU Exposure Online)

Portretten van een nieuwe lichting fotografen, MAGjeZIENenHOREN #5!
De kunst van het kijken, Seeing the Unseen, Galerie Pouloeuff, Gooi- en Eemlander
    Interview with Steve Bisson on Urbanautica
2021    Self-image: Personal stories during Moveable Statues at Domplein

In his visual work, Daan Russcher (1995) searches for new ways to depict the urban environment. His attention is focused on the frayed edges of the city: indeterminate transitional areas that at first sight are difficult to 'read'. Most people only visit them as passers-by and have no eye for the often banal surroundings.

What fascinates Russcher is the raw and unpolished quality of such areas. In an intuitive way, he tries to expose the individual character of these places. By means of his camera, he scans the material surface, looking for something to hold on to.

He uses his photography and the materials he finds on the spot – through deconstruction and reconstruction – to create new images that incite an active way of looking.