Paul Kranzler and Andrew Phelps
23,8 x 28,5 cm
Fountain Books Berlin
With no cell phones and no TV or radio programmes being broadcasted, Green Bank, West Virginia is home to the National Radio “Quiet
Zone” created in the 1950s as a place for scientists to explore the universe with highly sensitive radio telescopes.
Since then they‘ve been searching for traces of extraterrestrial life. The people, who now call this place home, could not be more different.
A place where scientists meet settlers and bear hunters. And in recent years the “wi-fi refugees”who relocate here to flee electromagnetic radiation
created by our modern society.