Armin LinkeThe Appearance of That
Which Cannot Be Seen

Recording the changes
of contemporary world

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Armin Linke, Mountain With Antennas, Kitakyushu, 2006

 

The Appearance of That Which Cannot Be Seen is an exhibition conceived and realized by Armin Linke at PAC. The artist has set the initial frame by sharing photographs with several thinkers from various  fields and inviting them to express their reaction.
They produced a selection illustrating their vision of contemporary society.
Each selection enters the exhibition, organized as a changing dialogue made of images. More than 120 works coming from the artist’s archive, who traveled for twenty years in the attempt of photographing the effects of the comprehensive transformation of infrastructures, and the relationship with post-industrial society.
His works have recorded the profound economic, environmental, and technological changes that shape our device-based world.

 

 

“LINKE HAS BEEN TRAVELLING EXTENSIVELY IN THE ATTEMPT OF PHOTOGRAPHING THE EFFECTS OF THE COMPREHENSIVE TRANSFORMATION OF INFRASTRUCTURES […]”

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Armin Linke, exhibition overview at PAC