They seem tired and exhausted; their gaze is empty or directed at the smartphone. Others sleep, their heads leaning against the window of the train.
Anne Pöhlmann in an interview about the value of travel and her art.
While conversations face-to-face or on the phone and via letters once used to be the most common means of communication, now there are many more possibilities such as SMS, e-mail, instant messaging, and video chat.
Rarely have our suitcases been as useless as this year, rarely have our journeys been confined only to our minds – that needs to change!
It all starts with a small tower that communicates with his owners via Alexa, an artificial intelligence (AI) developed by Amazon.
Roman Ondak in an interview about (anti)nomads and postcards.
In 47 Faults between Calais and Idomeni, Sven Johne documents his journey through Europe, whereby each photo, tagged with the place, date, and time, stands for a stop.
In der Mitte Mee(h)r. More Africa, more Europe, and the sea. Between long panels of canvas, the viewers stand between cultures, as if they were standing in the sea between them.