The Singled Person was originally conceived as a projection for seven screens, viewable simultaneously. Seven photographers are presented in this book, sharing their different visions of the singled person.
Yet, who is this singled person; the photographer, the subject or both?
Whether the subject is physically alone or in a group, everyone here remains in a state of alienation, just as the photographer, no matter how intimate or close he is to his subject, remains alone.
In order to transform the projection into print form the different artists’ works are intermixed, emphasizing the central concept rather then the individual photographer and allowing the viewer to connect emotionally, as recurrent moments of life are summarized, displaced, connected, or just pass by.
With photographs by Michael Ackerman, Morten Andersen, Thorsten Kirchhoff, Peer Kugler, André Lützen, Hisashi Murayama and Filippo Romano.