Single-sheet folded book
160 x 240 mm
ISBN Not available
Images of death saturate the media – from iPhone to 50 inch plasma tv we tune into the world through 3D blood-tinted glasses, gorging ourselves on images of destruction from far-off places. We constantly claim to be learning from the mistakes of our past but clearly we are learning the wrong lessons. In Dresden at least the spirit of reconciliation has prevailed with the rebuilding of the Frauenkirche after the cities destruction towards the end of WWII. The images in this single-sheet folded book were taken using a 35mm pinhole camera. There was therefore no glass lens to distort the image, no photo app used to manipulate the colours and no fake synthetic nostalgia.
About The Artist
Gregory Reuben Levitt holds a BA (Hons) Photography from the Norwich School of Art and an MA Photography from the University of Brighton.