Kiosk Berlin archival pigment print, size variable to cover the whole wall, 2022

After Ullrich's images Archival pigment print Unsized 2022

Skirt skirt blue Archival pigment print Unsized 2022

gy. Typology. Typology. Archival pigment print 2022

Breaking news Archival pigment print Unsized 2022

Blurred image and faded memory Archival pigment print Unsized 2022

Melting rah-rah Archival pigment print Unsized 2022

<No-ise noise no-ism> is a documentation of my unexposed work from 10 years ago in Berlin, where many photographs are made into posters, pasted on the streets, and quickly covered and disappear. It is composed of 1.<post(er) image>, which records the process of the posters disappearing after being pasted, 2.<post(er) society>, which records the changes around the posters, 3.<post(er) village>, which collects waste posters from the streets and creates urban structures, and 4.<post(er) stein>, which is left in the place where the posters disappeared.
<post(er) image>

 ORDER. turn over and twist it to see  Archival pigment print, unsized, 2022

+ DAY 1 at noon on 6 June 2022 
I made 10 posters using my 10-year-old photo-works and stuck them up at 8 spots in the Kotti area.
+ DAY 1 (after 2 hours) at noon on 6 June 2022 
The two posters near the E exit of U8 Kotbussor tor disappeared by covering other posters within 2 hours.
+ DAY 6 11 June 2022 
There were some stains of small flyers on the poster at Erkelenzdamm, and there was a person who was angry at me about a flyer over my poster on Oranien Platz.
+ DAY 45 18 July 2022
Small peices of the posters in 2 spots also disappeared.
Finally, everything is gone. It had been 45 days 
<post(er) society> 
<post(er) village> 

<post(er) village> Archival pigment print Long side 180cm or more 2022

<post(er) village> Archival pigment print Long side 180cm or more 2022
<post(er) village> Archival pigment print Long side 180cm or more 2022
<post(er) village> Archival pigment print Long side 180cm or more 2022
Untitled poster pieces, wood clamp 20x25x5cm 2022
<post(er) stein>, which is left in the place where the posters disappeared
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