What You See Is What You Think – Markéta Kinterová

Published April 9, 2020

How do we see the cityscape and its periphery? Can we read these as a composition of volumes pasted over with brand labels and messages? The appearance of our cities is a mirror image of the state of our culture.

People read and interpret the city based on a form of text written by the private sector and the state. What does our urban public space with the intention to consolidate and entrench a repressive system of control, turning citizens into consumers?

The edition of a photographer, Markéta Kinterová’s book at the AMU Press is part of a long-term strategy to support the creating of artist’s books, which is a relatively rare phenomenon domestically.

Markéta Kinterová (*1981) focuses on conceptual photography, oftentimes overlapping into public space.

Read more in a press release.