An explorative exhibition catalogue for photographic artist, Lynda Laird, inspired by newspapers from WW2.
The images were taken of the coastal surveillance bunkers that formed part of the Atlantic wall along the Normandy coast from Utah beach to Deauville. Using infrared film, a technology created by the military in WW2 to detect camouflage and expose a visual spectrum that’s invisible to the naked eye.
The ‘newspaper’ incorporates Lynda’s photographs with real life articles published in The Times on D Day, and diary entries by Odette Brefort; A young woman living in Deauville during the German Occupation and throughout WW2. A member of the French Resistance, she provided military intelligence on the German defenses by drawing intricate and beautiful maps to send to her comrades in Paris.