Workers of the Sea - About Life on the Canadian Shorelines
WorkSpace Canada special about maritime occupations, 14 photo portraits with texts by Martin Weinhold, German magazine mare, edition April-May 2018
A Part of Me but not Myself
A Part of Me but not Myself (German title: Ein Teil von mir und doch nicht ich) portrait book about people with Parkinson's disease, in collaboration with the Medical Center Hamburg-Eppendorf, text authors: Dr. Odette Fründt, S. Metzger, published by Hoffman und Campe, Hamburg, Germany, 2020Read more ...
Journal No 4 - In Canadian Workspaces
Publication through the foundation Stiftung Photographie schwarzweiß in recognition of oustanding achievements in the field of analogue black and white photography. The book presents an image collection crossing Canadian work landscapes from the coast to the Prairies to the tundra. It contains photographs up to the project's production year of 2016. Enriched with an excellent essay about the project by Don Snyder (Toronto, Documentary Media Research Centre). Few copies left for sale, please order through the artist directly or through the foundation's homepage
Format: 6,5 x 9 1/4 inch, duplex print, 32 pages, softcover, Publisher Stiftung Photographie schwarzweiß, Berlin and Neubrandenburg, 2017
Vita activa in biotechnology
Co-Author of the scientific-philosophic paper Vita activa in biotechnology: what we do with fungi and what fungi do with us. Online publication with Springer Nature in December 2017. Collaborative article together with Prof. Dr.-Ing. Vera Meyer and Edeltraud Mast-Gerlach. The paper is relating to the emergence of multiresistant bacteria, caused by an ongoing overuse of antibiotics. While the article stresses the tremendous possibilities of modern fungal biotechnology, it also sheds light onto the current research conditions in European universities and onto the life model of being a scientist.
Catalogue WorkSpace Canada
Publication on occasion of the 2011 exhibition at the John-F.-Kennedy-Institute for North American Studies, Berlin. The book shows an intermediate balance of the project years from 2006 to 2010. The collection is arranged by nine differing occupational fields. The catalogue contains an essay by Canadian philosopher Mark Kingwell and an introduction by Prof. Professor Harald Wenzel (John-F.-Kennedy-Institute).
64 pages, soft cover, format 8 ¼ x 12; 86 illustrations, 36 full-page photographs, Berlin, Germany, 2011Read more ...
People at Freudenberg in Berlin (Menschen bei Freudenberg in Berlin)
Publication of a long-term project commissioned by the Freudenberg Sealing Technologies GmbH. The work environment of the factory's employees was documented before the facility's closure and the move to a new factory at the Berlin outskirts. Through a combination of close portraits, observations of daily work routines and industrial landscape, the imagery of this book is providing a profound inside view of a historic industrial place. For almost a century rubber seals were manufactured here in the middle of Berlin. Freudenberg's new factory was built and opened in 2011 at Berlin's periphery.
Concept: Gudrun Stadler and Martin Weinhold; 64 pages, hardcover, format 9,5 x 10,5 inch, Berlin, Germany, 2011
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Between 2001 and 2004 Martin Weinhold visited and photographed more than 80 visual artists in their Berlin studios. His documentary provides a profound insight to the city's art scene about a decade after the political change of 1989/1990 in East-Germany. A fine selection of this project's portraits is presented in the book Artists Heads Studios (Künstler Köpfe Ateliers). The portraits speak of the drastic changes the artists were exposed to after the political change. Copies for sale (20 Euros plus shipping) still available upon request. Please contact the artist directly.
120 pages, hardcover, format 23,5 cm x 26,5 cm; originally published by TENEA Media Publishers, Berlin, Germany
Weinhold about WorkSpace Canada
Interview in Toronto, 2010, with Milva-Katharina Klöppel, editor of DKG journal, Martin Weinhold talking about the WorkSpace Canada Project's idea and its prospects (interview available in German language only)
Released in: DKG Journal, magazine of the German Canadian Association, number 2 / 2010