A book about the controversial anonymity of city life.
16 x 10 x 1 CM
As a result of our crowded cities and giant architectural constructions, thousands of people are living, breathing, and moving together in relatively small spaces. However, as individuality is highly valued, sharing stories has become a rare phenomenon. Despite being physically close, we have become mentally remote. Every day we look up to thousands of windows that give us only a glimpse of what is happening inside.
In the book Raamvertelling (Frame Story) these hidden stories are metaphorically portrayed. Behind each window, a different narrative is being written down.