No Man’s Land: Views From a Surveillance State
No Man’s Land is a beguiling collection of sepia-toned natural landscapes pulled from security camera feeds. Marcus DeSieno has sifted through hours of footage from various CCTV cameras to create images that remind us that we are never truly alone. With essays by Martha A. Sandweiss and Ariel Shanberg.
“...the distorted, almost supernatural images are unrelenting in their obscurations.”,
“...both haunting and thought-provoking.”,
- The Washington Post
“DeSieno transforms images made without aesthetic intent into carefully handworked landscapes that reflect his own sensibilities.”,
- F - Stop Magazine
Paper over Board, 10 X 8 In. / 112 Pages / 40 Color Photographs