Photographs by Asger Carlsen.
Morel Books, 2010. 88 pp., Duotone illustrations throughout, 8½x8½".
“Based on a true story” Asger Carlsen’s series of haunting and disturbing images denote a twisted world in daily happenings.
In some cases subtly surreal and in other blatantly blasted with a dystopian hallucinations, Asger's work is visionary and original.
By employing a traditionally black and white documentary aesthetic, Wrong peers past reality into a parallel existence.
If on this side of the looking glass we are immersed by the simulacrum's clean artifice of advertorial images,
'Wrong' has broke through the looking glass into a parallel visual culture,
thus creating strikingly original images as well as commenting on the current trend of photographic culture.
Read Jonathan Blaustein's review of Wrong in photo-eye Magazine.
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