You can't get lost in BerlinRoss explores social anthropological aspects of places, juxtaposed with his own personal responses. From this viewpoint he continues to investigate both the banal and the sublime; not as a documentary study in a purely transcriptive form but as a way of further understanding his own distinct associations with a site. The most recent project Ross has undertaken resulted in a body of work that shows the progression of a way of making photographs he has become accustomed to. Situated in Berlin, the almost quantifiable weight of the history of this location was compelling enough for Ross to return and spend a month surveying the city using the Mauerweg Trail, where the Berlin wall once stood as a primary reference point.
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