Ten Berlin photographers. Ten disposable cameras. A kaleidoscopic representation of the city of Berlin comes together in Spaces Between, the first print magazine of the award-winning online magazine IGNANT.
But what are the "spaces between"? It is the interstitial moments or border areas that somehow tell us more about where we are or what we are doing, than the picture itself. Such spaces exist at the threshold between established structures; within them is the possibility of change and the potential of invention and creation.
Within the pages of the magazine, tenderness eclipses the story, the center becomes the periphery and the moments of play multiply. These photographs reveal, at least in part, the complex nature of Berlin.
Although IGNANT was born in this city, the photographers invited to capture the capital's hazy identity are not native Berliners. The beauty of this city is that, because of its half-hearted nature, people from all over the world can call it home: you visit it one day, you stay there for a week and it is likely that you too will never want to leave.
Designed by Deutsche & Japaner, the magazine features works by Alexander Kilian, Arturo Bamboo, Jasmine Deporta, Joseph Kadow, Lukas Korschan, Sarah Blais, Sigurd Grünberger, Silvia Conde, Vitali Gelwich and Volker Conradus.