The car once was a symbol of freedom. Auto makers still want us to believe in that dream. In reality we are addicted to systems that have locked us out completely. The first African car made from scratch is part of the group show AutoPhoto at Fondation Cartier (Paris), an exhibition dedicated to photography’s relationship to the automobile. The story of the Turtle is translated to a dense presentation, including photos of the shopmakers and videos of the challenging construction. I worked on the wall layouts and video components.
Melle Smets, Joost van Onna / at Fondation Cartier, Paris. Production: Paradox