V O I D
K r i s t e l t e r B e e k
Kristel ter Beek is a Dutch photographer. In her photos you'll never see people. In her first publication VOID, there are only details of typical Dutch streets and architecture. Ter Beek sees a lot of potential photographs, but only shoots the ones she's absolutely convinced of.
Autobahn & Jochem Koopman designed this publication based on the work method of Ter beek by showing more that the eye sees at first glance. All photographs taken by Ter Beek in this series are in the book, but also the ones she didn't take. The photographs are printed in full color and are vividly present. But when one takes a second look, texts and boxes appear.
This bold visual publication was made by printing ton-sur-ton: white ink on white paper [190gr. Condat Matt]. The white ink is printed in 4 runs and becomes visible when the book is slightly tilted and moved. The cover is printed with white ink only and the Curious Matter [380gr. Goya White] paper gives the book a rough, concrete feel.