Published by MoBY: Museum of Bat Yam and Resling Publishing Press
Curator and writer: Ariella Azoulay
The exhibition and book investigate the proposal of Aïm Deüelle Lüski’s cameras. Since the 1970s until today, Deüelle Lüski has built over a dozen cameras. 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 and book are a result of a three-decades conversation between Deüelle Lüski and Azoulay.
Design: Michael Gordon
ISBN 978 90 5867 949 9