Published by Leuven University Press
Curator and writer: Ariella Azoulay
The exhibition is constructed around a dozen cameras built by Aïm Deüelle Lüski from the end of the 1970s until today. These unique cameras evolved from an exploration of the traditional camera and an effort to deviate from it. Horizontal photography is a proposal to study and redefine the role and location of the camera in the space of relations between photographer, subject and spectator; it is also an exploration of several major assumptions on photography which became axioms since the institutionalization of photography in the mid 19th century. The exhibition is the result of a three-decades conversation between Deüelle Lüski and Azoulay.
Design: Jurgen Leemans
ISBN 978 90 5867 949 9