Tadao Cern developed a shooting technique with his camera placed up high to produce his series Comfort Zone, enabling him to remain unnoticed. The Festival Images has chosen an unprecedented way of displaying this exhibit placing it on the roofs of the town. Although the prints are very large format, they remain hidden to pedestrians.
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