In Michael Ackerman’s photographs the world seems out of range, the geography makes no sense. Out of the dark, figures and places appear as in movement.
“I try to escape the traps of reality all the while conserving a link to the real. Because photos aren’t inventions but meeting points. It’s not an aesthetic search. That my photographs are haunted isn’t exactly a deliberate choice. But for me, photography is inseperable from disparateness.” (Michael Ackerman)
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Publisher (German edition): Kehayoff Verlag
Publisher (French edition): http://www.delpire.com/Michael-Ackerman-fiction.htm