Otto D. Handschuh
A drawn object stands in front of an architecture- or landscape-like background. These elements return on every page, but in contrast to the static object the background color changes from page to page. The contrast between motion and motionlessness generates a space that seems unaffected by any changes. Since the object looks like a four-legged television a certain irony is perceivable in the images: the television that usually transforms us to passive consumers of the world affairs, is here itself transformed to the spectator.
29 × 42 cm, 120 pp, one-off, 2012
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