Benedikt Reichenbach studied at the University of Leipzig and at the Simon Dubnow Institute for Jewish History and Culture, Leipzig. In 2007, he received his MA in philosophy and history with a thesis about the ban on images in the writings of Theodor W. Adorno. Since then, he has worked as a graphic designer and editor in Berlin and New York, for JRP Ringier, Sternberg Press, Birkhaeuser, Phaidon Press, and Aperture Foundation, among others. On the occasion of Harun Farocki's seventieth birthday in January 2014, he edited and designed Harun Farocki Diagrams: Images from Ten Films (Verlag der Buchhandlung Walther König, 2014). In 2015-2016 he took part in the Whitney Independent Study Program in New York with a project on history and form of the diptych. In 2017, he published an English edition of Pier Paolo Pasolini: Corpi e Luoghi, a book that today still is what a critic called it by the time of its original publication in 1981, the most Pasolinian book to date. (Pasolini’s Bodies and Places, Edition Patrick Frey, 2017).