Photo documentary set in a deserted Geneva during the G8 counter-summit in 2003. The series stages the abandonment of the urban space and its transformation through the deployment of defense barricades.
This monograph is a photographic record of the interiors of the Palais des Nations in Geneva, before its renovation. The work of François Vermot is the last visual testimony of this labyrinthine building with authoritarian architecture. Built in the 1930s, the Palace was the headquarters of the League of Nations, and then became the European center of the United Nations.
Monograph documenting a project undertook by the Swiss artist from 2009 to 2016, in which she examines the practice and tools of a center for fundamental research in the field of cognitive neuroscience. With texts by Joerg Bader, Pascal Rousseau, and Anne Immelé.
Exhibition Guide from the Triennal 50JPG 2016 – 50 Days for Photography in Geneva, accompanied by the two artist's books published on the occasion of the exhibitions, Giacomo Bianchetti –
Bilderberg 2015 et Sébastien Reuzé –
Indian Springs (bundle).
This artist's book gives a photographic account of the Creech Air Force Base—a Drone Base set in Indian Springs, Nevada, which carries out military actions in the Middle East. Picture alteration plunges the viewer into an eerie, dreamlike narrative recalling the universe of J. G. Ballard.
The press photographs reproduced in this publication show the bombing of Bagdad. They were taken from German newspapers soon after the beginning of the second iraqi-american war in March of 2003. Following their removal they were placed and stuck in the centre of a piece of paper, aiming to be as precise as possible (artist's book).