Cartographies is a series of photographs shot in the streets of New York. Its focus lies in reducing visual information to a minimum.
Creases, sweat stains or even dirt, are the only hints one can see. They tell us about an employee’s day at the desk, a commuter’s routine on the subway or a workman’s shift. These few traces, along the folds of the different clothing, become impressions of everyday lives, eventually cartographies of everyone’s journeys.
→ Selected by Colin Westerbeck and Joel Meyerowitz for Bystander: A History of Street Photography, Laurence King Publishing.
→ Exhibited within the group show KARTOGRAFIE, curated by Susann Unger at Baeckerei Moabit in Berlin.
→ Featured in Robert Morat's selection for Der Greif's Guest Room, on iGNANT and It's Nice That.
→ Published in STILL Magazine.