About the Book
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"...In the construction sites, artful graffiti, and in the time passing from 2008 to 2009, I sensed the question: "How long is now?" It seemed that nothing at all was permanent: not the buildings, the history, or even the people's vision for the future. Yet, modifications were at a standstill during the icy winter holidays. This photo book is a document of an outsider's perspective on change within a culture still so focused on the past..."
Features & Details
- Category Arts & Photography
Standard Landscape, 10×8 in, 25×20 cm
- Publish Date Jan 12, 2009
- Tags how long is now, Berlin, Germany, Leipzig, Gottingen, Kallmerode, Eisenach, Muhlhausen, graffiti, photography, nekomimi, lisa, Europe, travel, winter, batey, 2008, 2009, cold, history, culture
Nekomimi Lisa is best known for her website (http://www.nekomimilisa.com), where she pursues her autobiographical "Project: Life!" Lisa's web projects and photography stem from her continuing interest in communicating her interpretation of the world through various forms of media. Since 1999, Lisa has been webcasting, vlogging, blogging, photographing and otherwise documenting her adventures throughout North America, Asia, and Europe. Lisa currently resides in Tokyo, Japan, her latest favorite city on the planet. More about Lisa can be found on her website and Wikipedia page: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Lisa_Batey.