Anonymous b/w Negatives from the Cold War Era recently discovered in Ukraine
by Burkhard von Harder
About the Book
(Artist Book, 124 pages, full size images, 11x13 inch/28x33 cm) ARCHIVE MIRROR is based on anonymous and abandoned b/w negatives from the Cold War Era discovered 2010 by Burkhard von Harder in Western Ukraine. The book experiments with the notion of the negative; an idea carried further by mirroring each inversed image. Another intention is to transcend photography by suggesting space and the sense of a closed society trapped in itself.
The British six month periodical PHOTOWORKS dedicated the cover story of its spring/summer issue 2012 (#18) to ARCHIVE MIRROR.
Features & Details
- Category Arts & Photography
Large Format Landscape, 13×11 in, 33×28 cm
- Publish Date Jun 13, 2011
- Language English
- Tags ubuntu wiki, mirror site, bad archive mirror, Crimea Crisis Photography, East-West conflict, Cold War, Iron Curtain, Inverse, archive, decayed, abandoned, Negatives, Independence, Putin, Democracy, Autocracy, Separation, Russia, Vinnitsa, Ukraine