An essay on the concave city corner
An essay on the concave city corner is an in-depth analysis of a personal collection of photographs of concave city corners and forms an exploration of the transformation from space to place. More specifically it is about how the city becomes a place. Many social geographers pondered the question of how place compares to space. There exists consensus about space being the more abstract form while, on the other hand, place is marked by identity and experience. For instance, an assortment of spaces like streets and buildings in a city can become a familiar neighbourhood to people that get to know its street corners and landmarks. So is it in the perception by people that spaces become places?
|Stijn Van der Linden||Stijn Van der Linden & Katrien Vanherck (copy-edit: Taco Hidde Bakker)|
|36,4 x 12,8 cm||136 + 28 pages in 7 foldouts|
|Stijn Van der Linden (edit and design of dummy was developed in the photobook masterclass 2017 by Yumi Goto, Sandra Van der Doelen & Teun Van der Heijden, in collaboration with Reminders Photography Stronghold)||151|
|Photobook Week Aarhus||Open spine thread sewing|
|KOPA, Kaunas, Lithuania||Offset|
|Aarhus, Denmark / Mechelen, Belgium|