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Doppelganger presents current trends in capturing the visual identity of human beings. Each of its seven chapters explores a different creative approach: Embody, Dissolve, Appeal, Reshape, Perform, Deform, and Escape. The book is a compelling and entertaining collection of groundbreaking permutations of the physical shell created with costumes and masks as well as photo-technical and artistic manipulation. While inventing, enhancing, obscuring, or altering identities, the images play with (and often obliterate) classical proportions and visual traditions.
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"Doppelganger: Images of the Human Being" by Robert Klanten, Sven Ehmann, and Floyd Schulze. Hardcover. 240 pages.
W 9.45” H 11.81”
Founded in Berlin in 1995, Gestalten is best known for more than 400 books that document and anticipate vital movements in design, illustration, architecture, and typography as well as urban and contemporary art. Gestalten publications are sold in almost 100 countries through bookstores and museum shops, as well as in specialty and concept stores.