Photographs by Andreas Trogisch.
Peperoni Books, Berlin, Germany, 2015. In German/ English. 48 pp., 22 black & white illustrations, 7¼x10x½".

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This slim volume of only 22 images has a mysterious, lenticular-printed cover in bright pink and black quite a contrast with the banal subjects in shades of grey found within. The series of almost in focus (or slightly out of focus) photographs of nothing in particular a shirt, cracked concrete, trees, a playground, a bicycle mimics its title in a way: aphasia is the loss or impairment of the power to use or comprehend words, usually resulting from brain damage. About his photographs, Andreas Trogisch says, 'In the end it is only light and dark spots on paper, that evoke various emotions.'

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