Morten Andenæs

Skyldfolk

550,00 kr

The book is divided into nine chapters, and a linear progression FOLLOWS wooden Loosely references the move from an initial question of guilt, up through the various levels of the judicial system. The outdated Norwegian term wooden fronts the book is made up of the words sake (guilt or debt), and people (people). This literal reading, together with the narrative structure and the overarching theme of Andenæs' project, Suggest That the parameters for this volume are punishment and debt, guilt and the constraints of interst on the individual by familial and societal Responsibilities and expectations, as well as the ensuing violent impulses suchlike restrictions might cause. SAKE PEOPLE forces a seemingly disparate group of images together, reflecting both the susceptibility and resistance, of each single image towards becoming an integral part of a coherent whole.