Conversations between Rémi Coignet and: Laurence Aëgerter, Julián Barón, Sophie Calle, Edmund Clark, Antoine d’Agata, Amaury da Cunha, Mishka Henner, William Klein, Susan Meiselas, Pino Musi, Sophie Ristelhueber, Dayanita Singh, Carlos Spottorno, Katja Stuke & Oliver Sieber, Pierre Von Kleist, Donovan Wylie
Katja Stuke & Oliver Sieber. You and Me,
Spector Books, 2017
Interview by Laura Carbonell»»
A recent interview about »You and Me« with Punte de Fuga. Please find here the english Version.
P.D.F.: Ten years ago, you started Böhm Kobayashi, the project where you have been publishing artist books. It seems trivial to say that every book is a completely unique adventure but in your case it shows how creative and how engaged Oliver and you Katja are with the book format. I wanted us to talk deeply about one specific book you published this time with Spector Books: You and Me»». Most of your books where gathering specific series of work, here it’s about different territories, different cities you go through: Bosnia, Germany and the U.S. Why did you decide to make a book about places that have no apparent connection?