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Sight-_Seeing2

2012

The photobook Sight-_Seeing2 spatially arranges a heterogeneous set of collectively taken pictures of Tyrolean winter landscapes—halfway between tourism’s advertising images and contemporary photos.


      The cover of the book Sight-_Seeing 2.
tags
landscape photography, photobook, print, spatial montage, Tirol
role
graphic designer
responsibilities
archive search + selection, design concept, graphic design, layout, spatial montage
client
Wolfgang Scheppe Associates for Tirol Werbung
team
Andrea Buran, Jörg Koopmann, Wolfgang Scheppe

      A double page spread of the book Sight-_Seeing 2.

      A double page spread of the book Sight-_Seeing 2.

The ubiquity of the observer.

Also in this second edition the project started from an incredibly large image archive made up by pictures taken by the photographers Hans Herbig, Verena Kathrein, Jörg Koopmann, Regina Recht, Sebastian Schels, Alexander Ziegler and Richard Walch.


      A double page spread of the book Sight-_Seeing 2.

The images of this second edition were visually levelled to varying degrees by the omnipresence of the whiteness of the snow, a shared feature that made visually matching them way more problematic than with the previous set of pictures, due to their lack of strong contrasts.

The drawback was overcome by voiding the margins between images, thus taking advantage of the differences between the various gradations of whiteness to subtly reveal the inner visual quality of each picture.


      A double page spread of the book Sight-_Seeing 2.

Absence/presence.


      A double page spread of the book Sight-_Seeing 2.

Couples.


      A double page spread of the book Sight-_Seeing 2.

Vacuums.

The map of Tirol shows the paths followed by the photographers and the approximate locations of all the shots included in the photobook.


      A double page spread of the book Sight-_Seeing 2.

      A double page spread of the book Sight-_Seeing 2.

      A double page spread of the book Sight-_Seeing 2.

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