No-Man’s Land

Title: No-Man’s Land

Photographer/s: Gary Duehr

Date of publication: 10-5-11

Place of publication: Boston, MA

Dimensions: 6×8 inches

Edition size: 10

Type of binding: Soft, spiral

Number of pages: 28

Type of paper: Satin

Number of pictures: 28

Type of printing: Offset

Printer: Apple

Publisher: Self

Language: English

ISBN: None

Category: Artist Book

Price: $15 + $3 ship

Summary: “No-Man’s Land”explores the ambiguous territory of modern airports, a kind of limbo that is neither here nor there.

The vast expanse of runways is interrupted by mysterious signals and markers, as well as by circus-like caravans of luggage carts. The noses of planes loom against plate glass, which reflects the ubiquitous neon of fast food and luxury shops. And passengers wait in anonymous gray-carpeted holding areas, surrounded by aluminum panels–as if the whole edifice might suddenly take off.

What does it mean to be nowhere? How does passing through No-Man’s Land add to an anxiety of displacement, as well as to an ease of possible escape?

Date and place of birth of photographer/s: Bloomington, Illinois, 1/10/55

Website: www.garyduehr.com

Donated by: Gary Duehr

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