(Pictured) A collection of C-type work prints from ‘No System’ – Vinca Petersen’s documentation of nomadic ’90s life and an intimate portrait of the illegal rave community across Europe.
“The physical side of life is amplified by living on the road; getting water, fixing engines, cooking, are all more difficult when you have ‘no fixed abode’. Life was a lot about practical tasks, and constantly playing cat and mouse with the authorities.” – Vinca Petersen
No System was first published in 1999 by Steidl; The Martin Parr Foundation now holds the original No System book dummy accompanied by a portfolio of No System 10×8 work prints.
25.4 x 20.32 cm
Number of Prints in the Collection