Format: 15 × 20 cm
Client: Marius Engh / Torpedo Press
Credits: NODE Berlin Oslo
This book by visual artist Marius Engh revolves around Teufelsberg, an artificial hill on the outskirts of Berlin made from rubble after the Second World War. During the Cold War period, the hill was also the site of a major American listening station. The book consists of research material, on-location photographs by the artist, as well as works connected to these images. The photos from the listening station are printed on red coloured paper, a method that was used as a means of copy protection in the time of black and white copy machines.