SOMETHING IN BETWEEN is the title of Sergej Vutuc’s latest book, released by fine art publisher Snoeck in cooperation with Carhartt / Work in Progress. The 104-page book comes with a matte hardcover and features 70 b /w illustrations , digitalized from handmade prints that Sergej Vutuc produced in his darkroom using multiple ways of manipulation, and printed on a heavy, uncoated paper.
“MAKE DEAD CITY MORE NICE”
The 104-page book comes with a matte hardcover and features 70 b /w illustrations
Jocko Weyland, a New York based artist and author of “The Answer is Never”, illustrates Vutuc’s works in his essay “MAKE DEAD CITY MORE NICE” in the back of the book. In his works Sergej Vutuc does not seek out for the most sensational aspects that the underground phenomena like skateboarding or punk, which surround him, have to offer. His interest is merely focussed in the use and structure of public space, the socially conditioned active presences within it, the non-spaces and their forms of decay. About his photographs he says: “I don’t give any description to my images. I leave them to speak for themselves. It’s not about the place where I shoot them or the person, it’s more like a collection of fragments – moments and building stories. Mouth can never say what eyes can see…” READ MORE