Consolidated Intelligence Center #1, Wiesbaden, Germany, 2015

New Landscapes (2015) is about landscapes of surveillance in Germany. In short, it is about outposts of the NSA.

I travel in search of places that used to have great importance within national regimes of mass surveillance — and those which are still being operated today. These places are located throughout Germany and largely unseen by the majority of its citizens. This project aims to develop new ways of seeing. It utilizes night vision equipment to photograph the outposts of the NSA in order to not only capture those places through representation but to reveal them within an unsettling atmosphere. Figuratively speaking, this project is about visualising the idea of bringing something to light, wherein the aesthetics of night vision gear seemed to offer the only true way to realize these mythological places, as this equipment was originally designed for military use: for watching others, even when there is no light left.

Consolidated Intelligence Center #2, Wiesbaden, Germany, 2015

Consolidated Intelligence Center #5, Wiesbaden, Germany, 2015

Dagger Complex #1, Darmstadt-Griesheim, Germany, 2015

Dagger Complex #2, Darmstadt-Griesheim, Germany, 2015

Dagger Complex #3, Darmstadt-Griesheim, Germany, 2015

Egelsbach Transmitter #1, Mörfelden-Walldorf, Germany, 2015

Mainz-Kastel Storage Station #1, Mainz-Kastel, Germany, 2015

Patch Barracks #1, Stuttgart-Vaihingen, Germany, 2015

USAG Wiesbaden Training Area #1, Mainz Finthen, Germany, 2015

USAG Wiesbaden Training Area #2, Mainz Finthen, Germany, 2015

USAG Wiesbaden Training Area #3, Mainz Finthen, Germany, 2015

Bad Aibling Station #1, Bad Aibling, Germany, 2015

Augsburg Gablingen Field Station #1, Gablingen, Germany, 2015