Structures and systems of order are the predominant themes of Berlin based artist Menno Aden, known for his cartographic photographic works. Aden's photo series deal topographically and analytically with our built environment.
Interiors of real living and working spaces from an unusual perspective. It seems as if someone has lifted the ceiling and replaced it with a scanner. In fact, the photographs consist of up to a hundred individual shots taken with a remote control and then digitally assembled.
One associates doll's houses and at the same time thinks of surveillance. Aden systematically plays through the notion of surveillance to show the voyeuristic trend that is increasingly becoming mainstream in today's surveillance capitalism.