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"Geest & Machine" is a research paper that explores themes of technology, voyeurism, and identity through the experiences of the characters Spider and Nachtdonker.

Using a fictional story as its medium, the paper follows the journey of the voyeur Spider, who becomes trapped in their own desires and seeks the help of retired psychoanalyst Nachtdonker. Through a dialogue of monologues between the two, the paper explores the impact of technology on human consciousness and relations, the

system of networked cameras as an extension of the Self, the power dynamics of voyeurism between observer / observed, and the desire to look without being seen in the face of ubiquitous surveillance and control.


A mystery unfolds in a snowy industrial landscape with three men, two dogs, and one car. As Russia just entered war with Ukrain, I explored the unseen corners of its public life, captured and archived via the third largest surveillance network in the world. Using tools like Google Earth and Streetview, this photobook showcases captivating images and invites readers to examine and interpret the scenes, pushing the boundaries of traditional reportage. A digital exploration into the heart of a moment captured on March 2, 2022, at 10 pm.

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