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Title: A QUIET CONTINENT
Photographer: Damian Seagar
Date of publication: 2016
Pages: 76 pages + Cover
Dimensions: 10 x 8 inches
Edition:N/A, hand-signed by the artist
A collection of moody and quiet Australian Landscapes shot on 35mm film. Damian has been proudly and exclusively shooting film for almost 20 years, often being calling a ‘stubborn purist’ as he has never used a digital camera. He loves the slow, careful process and discipline of using film; taking only one photograph of something and learning from his mistakes, often not discovered 'til weeks later when the film is processed. He enjoys travelling on his own in no particular direction to see where the road and his eye takes him. These images are the product of many a road-trip and unplanned adventure.
Title: CONSTRUIRE UN FEU
Photographer: Marine Lanier
Date of publication: 2011
Pages: 20 pages + folding cover
Dimensions: 218 x 340 mm
Edition:400, hand-signed & numbered
Travail réalisé en résonance avec la nouvelle éponyme de Jack London lors d‘une résidence d‘artiste Ecritures de Lumière / Ministère de la Culture et de la Communication à Angle art contemporain, Saint-Paul-Trois-Châteaux. Ensemble de 12 photographies couleur, 100 x 78 cm, tirage jet d’encre pigmentaire contrecollé sur dibond.
First English Edition of 100 hand numbered copies.
Photographer: Julia Borissova
Date of publication: 2015
Publisher: Self published
Place of publication: St. Petersburg, Russia
Dimensions: 155mm x 210mm
Pages: 112 pages + 6 transparent pages
Edition size: 100, signed and numbered
Title: FIVE DAYS TO SANTA FE
Photographer: Tony Edwards
Date of publication: February 2017
Pages: 52 unpaginated pages, softcover
Dimensions: 215.9mm x 279.4mm (8.5x11 in.)
Edition: 35, hand-signed & dated by the artist
Five Days to Santa Fe is not just a photographic drive across three states, but a search for clarity with the city of Santa Fe as gatekeeper. The mountains of New Mexico have always been a haven for my family but as I’ve gotten older and busier its been more difficult to find time for those retreats. Ultimately, these pictures attempt to depict ascension to a literal and metaphysical asylum bathed in color and quietude.