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An ode to a friendship in which notions of time, space, adulthood, masculinity, and intimacy are spontaneously reconfigured in a playful manner.
An intimate journey through the labyrinth of a family secret, focusing on the impossibility of secrets and intergenerational trauma.
An exploration of a family history in the Donbas, Ukraine results in a puzzling search for a city that may never be found.
The portrayal of a transcendental experience that explores encounters with alternative dimensions of reality and perceptions of otherworldly signs.
Intimate stories of Chinese girls living by the regulations of the one-child policy: separated from their families and registered for adoption.
An ode to life, and an archaeological narrative of a recent history, containing an extensive photo archive of all objects from a parental home.
Two-sided printing sheet of Eindhovenseweg 56, containing all colour images from the book.
A richly illustrated travelogue documenting the contemplative aspects of 12 years of hiking through Central Europe.
A research project on psilocybin, mycology and medicine, stemming from the search for a therapy for the photographer’s bipolar mother.
A selection of photographic work from a 60-year archive, documenting the changing city and street life in Lower Manhattan, New York.
About life in the technical zone around locks, ports and ships, following the renovation of the sea lock in IJmuiden, port access to Amsterdam.
Reconstructing a lovers’ dialogue while Ukraine faced major changes. A reflection on intimacy in times of annexation and information warfare.
A semi-scientific research study of synaesthesia, in which Püschel questions her own perception of reality.
A memorable photo project about the coping process of surviving relatives of suicides in West Flanders, Belgium.
A walk through an olive tree garden, through time, through personal memories and essentially trough the aging seasons of life.
An inventory of codec orders, surprising glitches in digital movie playback, systematically categorized into typologies inspired by the DSM.
Special edition of Exquisite Errors: DMCO-I with three prints.
Set of postcards with a selection of codec orders, accompanying the book Exquisite Errors: DMCO-I.
A poignant but serene look at a childhood home that was destroyed by fire.