Russian-born photographer Viktoria Binschtok's new book World of Details explores the idea of visibility, using surprising displacements of context to examine which contents are transmitted within the strict perimeter of the picture and which exceed these perimeters. In this series, Binschtok effortlessly combines analogue and digital imagery, depicting New York street scenes from vast archives of Google Street View, then travelling to that very location and documenting the scene herself with an analogue camera. This publication features an essay by Matthias Harder. Thanks to DISTANZ (Berlin).
136 pages, 21.3 x 28.3 cm, hardcover, DISTANZ (Berlin).