portraits made in the exhibition on friedrich glauser at the strauhof in zurich
we invited visitors to have their photograph taken in the worlds glauser lived in and created: with dadaism exploding in the background, at the clinic window in matto’s kingdom, or with the foreign legion in the moroccan desert.
low-key, high-contrast portraits that blend with hannes binder’s visions of glauser’s life and writings.
photographs made with the afghan box camera, unique prints on direct positive paper, 4×5 inch (about postcard size).
the series is part of the project ch-afg.
thanks to the strauhof crew for the invitation and support, to hannes binder for the backdrops and to rémi jaccard for a good idea.