At the Edge of the World
During lockdown, Pinchbeck & Smith devised a digital duet out of images and text they sent each other on a daily basis. This method of exchange continued for a total of 24 days with a single photo being sent per day as the stimulus for the writing of 24 lines of text. Inspired by Berger and Mohr’s book of the same name, At the Edge of the World is documentation of one of the most unexpected periods of recent times and reflects on notions of mortality and memory. Continuing explorations of image and text, site and space, autobiography and anthropology, At the Edge of the World is the final part of The Berger & Mohr Trilogy.