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Veit Mette

GROUND ZERO

The attack on the World Trade Center on September 11, 2001, changed daily life in New York radically. In November 2001, Mette (b. 1961) started from 'ground zero' to walk through the wounded city and photograph the aftermath of the event. He saw how in a few weeks grief and pain had been transformed into control and suspicion. Ignoring all photographic technique, with a Polaroid camera Mette recorded the feelings of fear, insecurity and uncertainty.

  • GROUND ZERO


    The attack on the World Trade Center on September 11, 2001, changed daily life in New York radically. In November 2001, Mette (b. 1961) started from 'ground zero' to walk through the wounded city and photograph the aftermath of the event. He saw how in a few weeks grief and pain had been transformed into control and suspicion. Ignoring all photographic technique, with a Polaroid camera Mette recorded the feelings of fear, insecurity and uncertainty.

  • GROUND ZERO

  • GROUND ZERO

  • GROUND ZERO

  • GROUND ZERO

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