© Nat Pinheiro & Luke Wilkening – Bushwick on 16mm
044 Lisa Gidley
«I'd rather leave some ambiguity than tell a linear story. Lots of my photos reflect walking around cities in the early 21st century, with glimpses of homes and stores and people and side streets. [...] You could imagine narrative threads tying them together, but I like things open-ended.»
The City — A Living and Breathing Organism
Volker Heinze — Mapping Hong Kong’s Bet on Greed
In 2016 Hong Kong was selected for the sixth time in a row as the world’s «freest economy» by America’s Heritage Foundation and the Wall Street Journal. «Hong Kong’s Bet on Greed» describes this neo-liberal «field trial» as a proxy for the PRC’s future interests in Asia. In six densely composed sections of images—from Heart of Gold to Dystopian Confusion—Volker Heinze recounts «the Chinese gamble on greed», which features rapid growth and highlights the gap separating rich and poor.
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Michael Gessner’s «Masse» sheds sharp new light on the signifiers of surveillance embedded in everyday life. Conceived as a sociological exploration of mass behaviour in the digital age, the photo book invites contemplation on the myriad ways in which individuals are monitored — and in which they monitor themselves — as they transition through the blurred boundaries between the digital and the physical.
Published by ⅓ Books, Berlin
22 x 27cm156 Pages80 ImagesSoftcoverSchweizer BroschurHot foil stamping on front, back cover and spineText by Ramón Reichert «Die digitale Kontrollgesellschaft»
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