Kai Wiedenhöfer

Wiedenhöfer, Kai
April 2014
Insights on Law & Society;Spring 2014, Vol. 14 Issue 3, p29
The article presents an interview with German photographer Kai Wiedenhöfer. Topics discussed include reasons behind development of interest in border photography, his observations on the use of fences and walls at borders to solve political and economic problems and symbolization of walled borders as inability of human beings to communicate with each other.


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