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A documentation of Berlin’s disappearing playing dens by Danish-German photographer Anne Lass (beforehand featured right here). Lass lived in Berlin from 2007-2014. It was there that she developed a fascination with town’s many playing halls, visiting over 100 of roughly 500. The photographs characteristic leather-based sofas and darkish corridors, radiant shapes and vibrant colors. However much more than the environments themselves, Lass makes an attempt to grasp those that frequented them — their need for a greater life and the pursuit of (monetary) happiness.
Following new laws, over 80% of them have already disappeared (lots of them depicted on this work). “Triple Seven” is directly an investigation of the visible indicators and symbols used to seduce in addition to a photographic report of the present process gentrification. See extra pictures from the mission under or through impartial photobook writer Disko Bay.