Under No Disguise is a photo album which talks about eternal transience and documents blooming and wilting, setting off and leaving behind, losing somebody and finding oneself again.

This album offers a fragmentary look at transience and death, of which the latter always influences life itself. In this thesis, the author reflects on the relationship between photography and death, and also compares the photo album medium to other forms of presentation.

Text & Photography: Tina Bauer