Notes

In collaboration with Stedelijk Museum Bureau Amsterdam

Publisher Note english english

An original Swedish Hasselblad camera is the point of departure for One Time One Million.
Because the camera dates from 1942, this object launched Kriemann straight back into history. Kriemann succeeds in pushing the concrete politics that adhere to this object into the background. That gives her room to say much more than she would have had a chance to say in a specifically political context: she can bring clusters together in new images, make new connections, rearrange things, tinker around, and thus arrive at new insights.

An original Swedish Hasselblad camera is the point of departure for One Time One Million. Because the camera dates from 1942, this object launched Kriemann straight back into history. Kriemann succeeds in pushing the concrete politics that adhere to this object into the background. That gives her room to say much more than she would have had a chance to say in a specifically political context: she can bring clusters together in new images, make new connections, rearrange things, tinker around, and thus arrive at new insights. (Els Roelandt in SMBA Newsletter No. 108) Photographs by Susanne Kriemann, Viktor Hasselblad and anonymous sources. Texts by Cecilia Widenheim, Dieter Roelstraete, Aleksander Komarov, Soeren Gunnarsson, Ulrika Flink, Ida Lowgren.

Exhibition Catalogue

One Time One Million

— Migratory Birds / Romantic Capitalism

Susanne Kriemann

Publisher
Release Place Amsterdam, Netherlands
Release Date 2009
Credits
Designer: NODE Berlin Oslo
Printrun 750
Identifiers
ISBN-13: 978 90 77459 35 5
Original Price 28.79 EUR
Work  
Topics Camera, Landscape, Technology
Methods Photography
Language English
Format Hardcover
Dimensions 22.0 × 27.5 cm
Pages 125