Book signing “Welcome to Camp America”, with Debi Cornwall

18.03.2017

On the occasion of the exhibition “Welcome to Camp America”, Debi Cornwall will present her new book in exclusivity and sign it in Café Babel.

In collaboration with the Film Festival and Forum on Human Rights in Geneva (FIFDH).

Saturday March 18 – 4 to 5:30 pm
Café Babel – Central venue of FIFDH
Espace Pitoëff
Rue de Carouge 52

The FIFDH and the CPG are glad to present in exclusivity Debi Cornwall's new book "Welcome to Camp America" (release in Fall 2017). The book juxtaposes photographs with once-classified archival material and first-person texts, provoke questions about compromises made in the West between our humanity and our fears in the "War on Terror" era.

A selection of prints will be presented during the Festival in its central venue "Café Babel".

The FIFDH and the CPG are glad to present in exclusivity Debi Cornwall's new book "Welcome to Camp America" (release in Fall 2017). The book juxtaposes photographs with once-classified archival material and first-person texts, provoke questions about compromises made in the West between our humanity and our fears in the "War on Terror" era.

A selection of prints will be presented during the Festival in its central venue "Café Babel".


Artist file

Debi Cornwall * 1973 in Weymouth, Massachusetts, lives in New York

The FIFDH and the CPG are glad to present in exclusivity Debi Cornwall's new book "Welcome to Camp America" (release in Fall 2017). The book juxtaposes photographs with once-classified archival material and first-person texts, provoke questions about compromises made in the West between our humanity and our fears in the "War on Terror" era.

A selection of prints will be presented during the Festival in its central venue "Café Babel".

The FIFDH and the CPG are glad to present in exclusivity Debi Cornwall's new book "Welcome to Camp America" (release in Fall 2017). The book juxtaposes photographs with once-classified archival material and first-person texts, provoke questions about compromises made in the West between our humanity and our fears in the "War on Terror" era.

A selection of prints will be presented during the Festival in its central venue "Café Babel".

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