What does it take to make a photograph? What does it take to create in this growing universe of images? A camera? The blink of a flash? Maybe one more fraction of a second to capture the ongoing vibration to hear the noise to see everything that’s invisible to our naked eyes.
Four photographers show the experience of working under limited conditions. Through a pinhole camera, each one create a personal essay which faces the material boundaries of light and the necessity of expressive coherence. VIER is the name given to this group of photographers, who all share a common background: being outsiders who moved to Berlin in the last year to learn, create and collaborate in a new photographic landscape.