Jon Rafman in an interview about his series Nine Eyes of Google Street View, the task of photography and a surprising discovery.
Where are we? Where do we want to go? At least geographically, maps can provide answers and offer orientation in an unknown environment. They help to determine one’s position.
Even before social media, there were selfies. Venetian Blind shows 24 self-portraits of the artist Michael Snow in Venice.
Nine eyes that have been almost everywhere in the world. Nine eyes that capture moments and yet are free of any personal motivation.
For his project Casting Antinomads, Roman Ondak asks family and friends about their attitude towards travel and divides them into nomads and antinomads.
Talisa Lallai in an interview about her most precious travel memories, wanderlust and exoticism.
African decorative scarification, a clearing in the jungle, a naked girl, or a boat in the sunlight: These clichéd images of a trip to Africa are fictitious, generated on the computer with the help of digital editing.
What do we associate with the idea of the tropical? Which images and motifs of it are anchored in our collective memory?