Gaétan Uldry — I NO LONGER LOVE BLUE SKIES
Gaétan Uldry — I NO LONGER LOVE BLUE SKIES
Gaétan Uldry — I NO LONGER LOVE BLUE SKIES
Gaétan Uldry — I NO LONGER LOVE BLUE SKIES
Gaétan Uldry — I NO LONGER LOVE BLUE SKIES
Gaétan Uldry — I NO LONGER LOVE BLUE SKIES
Gaétan Uldry — I NO LONGER LOVE BLUE SKIES
Gaétan Uldry — I NO LONGER LOVE BLUE SKIES
Gaétan Uldry — I NO LONGER LOVE BLUE SKIES
Gaétan Uldry — I NO LONGER LOVE BLUE SKIES
Gaétan Uldry — I NO LONGER LOVE BLUE SKIES
Gaétan Uldry — I NO LONGER LOVE BLUE SKIES
Gaétan Uldry — I NO LONGER LOVE BLUE SKIES
Gaétan Uldry — I NO LONGER LOVE BLUE SKIES
Gaétan Uldry — I NO LONGER LOVE BLUE SKIES

I NO LONGER LOVE BLUE SKIES
Gaétan Uldry

  • 23,8x33,2 cm
  • Soft cover
  • PVC jacket
  • 96 pages
  • 61 photographs
  • Text by Claus Gunti
  • Graphic design by Alexis Gargaloni
38€

In a context of contemporary warfare, drones are increasingly used as tools and machines for control, surveillance, and repression, becoming more and more technologically sophisticated. Through a selection of images collected from various channels, active in most modern conflicts (Syria, Libya, Mali, Central Africa and Ukraine), the book questions the ways war is represented. Where journalistic images are often framed, if not suppressed, by the belligerents and tend to lose relevance, they are gradually being replaced by these machine-produced images. The book brings together documentary images on which the author intervenes only minimally. It is not question of creation here but more on how representing reality.