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Negative Vision.

Photography by Hennric Jokeit. Text by Philip Ursprung.
Peperoni Books, Berlin, Germany, 2016. 80 pp., color and black-and-white illustrations, 8¼x11¾".



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'We can think about the negative without being able to see it.' Thus begins photographer Hennric Jokeit’s series of negative images, which challenges our eyes and brain to focus, taking time to adapt and virtually decipher what we are seeing. Confronted with negative depictions of urban and natural landscapes, interior scenes, and buildings and objects, the viewer is asked to concentrate on the singularity of each image, to translate dark into light and vice versa. As such, it allows us to focus more clearly on aspects like composition and formal arrangement within the frame of the image, levels of comprehension that are often overlooked. With an essay by Philip Ursprung.


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