Nicolas Silberfaden’s undercover Los Angeles: “A city of ultimate futility”

By Tom Seymour

To what extent is the photo-based book a viable or effective way to express photographic practice? This is the question Nicolas Silberfaden was asked to consider while studying for his MFA at the University of Hartford in Connecticut. He responded with 738, a project exploring the city.

“We were pushed to think about photography, and to work on personal projects that not only meant something to us, but that could also communicate something further, some interaction with the world,” the 32-year-old explains. “738 is the result of this process of thinking and practising photography.”

The project’s title refers to the number of …read more

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