Currently working on an exhibition about the Hochstraße Nord, which will be on view at Stadtmuseum Ludwigshafen from September till December 2017. Part of my project landscape of the car.
Slow photography today. Waiting until a sunray is gone.
Early digital sketch. Places are changing quickly – this area is not accessible anymore.
Portra 400 35mm sketch. Another image that is not possible anymore. No water in the ponds around Rathauscenter this year and without water this is to dreary.
Carchitecture elsewhere: Taiwan.
“Tales from Beneath the Arches” by Irish photographer Éanna de Fréine examines how spaces surrounding elevated roads have been repurposed by people in Taiwanese cities. It was a great pleasure to contribute a text to this beautiful book. Published by The Velvet Cell.
Next round of test prints and first pairings
Ludwigshafen from above in the 1980s. Ludwigshafen am Rhein was one of the first German cities to implement the American way of traffic planning. As a result, the inner city is encircled by a closed system of elevated roads.
Source: Stadtarchiv Ludwigshafen
always load in subdued light, haha
one of the few good books about the city, carchitecture and photography
Footpath from Valentin-Bauer-Siedlung to Ludwigshafen city center. Another strange encounter with the landscape of the car.