The Imaginary Travels of Albert S. | 2002

72 c-prints, 4x6 in., edition of 3

Selected landscapes taken from webcameras are the backdrop for the imaginary journey taken by Nazi architect Albert Speer during his 20-year prison sentence.

Spandau prison where Albert Speer took his walks

The measured modules of the photographs meter the invented travels of Speer mirroring his careful calculation of his own steps around the prison grounds. Depending on the lenght of the journal entry the pieces in the series range from 2-12 photographs.