In ‘Blank’, Andreas Gefeller presents radiant satellite images of conurbations by night. The images combine technoid strips of light and light grids to become crystalline circuit diagrams of human existence. As Gefeller focuses our attention on these radiating centres, the eye finds no halt in his extremely overexposed photographs. The light transforms the photograph’s surface into a borderless and transparent space and becomes a metaphor for a world drowning in sensory stimuli. The boundaries of photography are proverbially dissolved. New book, published by Hatje Cantz Verlag.