Shot and produced over two years, it offers an intimate view of the artist's daily encounters and surroundings. This carefully edited, self-reflective work shows a world that existed for the artist at a particular time and in a particular place. Like a collision between the present and the past, the arrangement of photographs in the book encourages contemplation about memory, perception and loss. Images are sometimes repeated and re-appear elsewhere in the book in a cropped, faded or fragmented form. A constant stream of moments overlap and interact with one another, creating a multi-layered intra-relational photographic piece. This is a book about one person's unique vision of the world. But it is a vision that transcends personal experience and succeeds in addressing broader, more expansive themes of love, beauty, fragility, life and death; themes that go beyond the individual and have relevance to everyone.
With a poem by Dermot Healy and an essay by Colin Graham.
"Still shows what photography can do when it is given proper treatment. All that talk of photography being “over” or “dead” seems childish (at best) when seen in the light of books like this one.” Jörg Colberg
Edition of 500
Hardback - 4 different covers
195 × 250 mm
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