Daniel Reuter was born in Germany and lives and works between Luxembourg and Reykjavik, Iceland. By abstraction and decontextualization, Reuter's work navigates the divide between lived experience and fiction. His image sequences play with narrative form and challenge notions of place, often within the confines of the photographic book. Reuter's first book, "History of the Visit", was published in 2013 by Peperoni Books (Berlin) and was shortlisted for the Paris Photo–Aperture Foundation First Photobook of the Year Award 2013 and for the German Photobook Award 2015. A sequel, titled "Circle Square", was published by Roman Nvmerals in New York in 2017, followed by “Beachhead” in 2020.