Jacqueline Hassink

Unwired

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Jacqueline Hassink
Unwired

Contributions by Bregtje Van der Haak, Achille Mbembe, Evgeny Morozov, text(s) by Frits Gierstberg, Jacqueline Hassink, Yudo Harada, graphic design by Irma Boom

English

2018. 318 pp., 131 ills.

softcover with American dust jacket

22.60 x 34.50 cm

ISBN 978-3-7757-4398-3

Off to radio silence! Even in our digital world there are still dead zones. Jacqueline Hassink went to see and photograph them

Unwired combines two concurrent projects from the Dutch photographer Jacqueline Hassink (*1966 in Enschede), both of which sharpen our eye for an increasingly digitally connected world. In Unwired Landscapes she has sought out places where it is impossible to build a network, where there is pure radio silence, so to speak—remote areas like the Japanese island of Yakushima, the Norwegian group of islands Svalbard known as Spitsbergen, or the uninhabitable volcanic desert of Iceland are caught by her lens, as are artificially created dead zones in urban spaces, such as a Digital Detox Hotel in Baden Baden.
Initially, her second project, iPortrait, seems to be the exact opposite of her first. In this project Hassink portrays people immersed in their smartphones in the subways of big cities such as New York, Paris, London, Moscow, Shanghai, Beijing, Seoul, and Tokyo. Here, she reveals the other side of digital networking, which interferes with direct contact between human beings.

Exhibition: Nederlands Fotomuseum, Rotterdam 20.1.–6.5.2018

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