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by G. Zinsler

Combining original photos taken by the author during guided tours of Chernobyl with stills from thematically related movies and video games, G. Zinsler’s "The Sentinel Script" is a mysterious sci-fi tale and a metaphor of the increasingly nebulous boundary between reality and entertainment. 

Deliberately referencing classic works of fiction such as "Roadside Picnic" by the Strugatsky brothers and Tarkovsky’s “Stalker”, as well as inspired by J. G. Ballard’s novel "The Crystal World", "The Sentinel Script" plunges the reader into a multilayered narrative wormhole: while the images describe the activity of the visitors inside the elusive Zone, texts emerge like disruptive transmissions from another dimension, interfering with the visual sequence and its reading.

“The Sentinel Script” is both a dystopian journey and a sarcastic reflection on the desensitization of our society.

Printed in an edition of: 500 in June 2017


Design / Texts / Concept: Discipula

Softcover / 20 x 27,5 cm / 192 pages / 35 €

The Sentinel Script has received a special jury mention by The Anamorphosis Prize.

Read here what jury member Anouk Kruithof has to say about the book.

Read about The Sentinel Script on Urbanautica and American Suburb X.

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