Karl Marx Allee Shadows – by Robert Lindenberg
Editor’s Comment:The expired black and white Agfa Scala film perfectly brings out the character of this series. In these photos, the beautiful geometric compositions arranged in familiar but abstract orientations are kept at a distance behind the imposing metal fences. A street with not a soul in sight, a place where light and shadow contextualized by the presence of the buildings act as protectors of this storied place… One cannot help but wonder if we are protected by the metal fences, or kept locked away behind them awaiting imminent warning from the decaying facades.
Photographer: Robert Lindenberg
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