|AUTHORS Klara KällströmThobias Fäldt||DESIGN 1:2:3||PRICE Not Set.||
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The ongoing Wikiland project revolves around media images of journalist and WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange. So far it consists of three parts.
The first part started in 2011 when Källström-Fäldt were among very few photographers who were invited into the house in Norfolk, England where Assange lived under house arrest. Swedish authorities had applied for Assange’s extradition from the UK to Sweden due to rape allegations. The artists photographed the details of Assange’s surroundings and the substantial media presence gathered outside. But they never focused on the man himself. Instead, the gaze is turned towards our own expectations on documentary photography when high-profile, controversial events like these are depicted. The key question being what do we desire from images coming out of extreme situations like these?
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Photographs by Klara Källström & Thobias Fäldt
Design by 1:2:3
Edited by KK+TF
32 pages with 29 color plates
Tabloid 29 x 38 cm / 11,4 x 14,9 in
Cardboard box 20 x 30,5 cm / 7,8 x 12 in
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