Black Nest is a photographic exploration of urban existence and human existentialism in an artificial, post-modern landscape. From cradle to grave we are born in the city and we die in the city. From the urban voltage, we become these streets. We become this pulse. We become urbanized. The paradox that loneliness and alienation can coexist with the density of the human masses in the urban landscape is an essential phenomenon in this work.
Black Nest was published 2015 together with Kehrer Verlag. Books and prints can be purchased through firstname.lastname@example.org