This portfolio of 53 prints is one of the results of Thomas Kellner's final thesis at the University of Siegen. The focus of his thesis was a trip around present-day Germany. Seven years after reunification, Thomas Kellner traveled along the border with homemade pinhole cameras and used this photographically experimental process to examine a space that is actually just a line. At more than 50 venues along the border he pointed his camera at border buildings of transit, customs and border guards.
|Title:Deutschland Grenzgänge (Germany Walking at the border)|
|Prints:||53 BW prints on fibre paper|
|Size of paper:||24 x 30 cm|
|Size of image:||17,5 x17,5 cm|
Thank you Ulla Moll for acompanying this project