A place where there is no night and no day

Markus Lehr is a photographer based in Berlin, Germany. His main focus is the urban and industrial topography and its transformations through change and cultural influence. This particular series of work is based on his fascination by the ambiguity of our relationships with the city – its artefacts, its tools, its morphology and its topography.

He explains: "I seek out the forgotten, neglected places and try to read their stories, sad, amusing, beautiful and often very quiet. I discover silent dialogues in these locations. Dialogues between foreground and background, between objects and subjects, between past and present and, in the case of Berlin, between East and West.

"My work is about celebrating humanity without the confines of having to show human beings. By focusing on the elements that tell the stories of our past without any true indication of time or place, the viewer is able to experience a world that is open to his own personal experience and interpretation."