21,5 x 27,5 cm. 40 pages. 1 fold-out. 26 color plates.
Year : 2020.
Color offset printed paperbound hardcover. Linen thread bound. Grey headband. Typography on front cover, spine and back cover in white foil.
This collection of photographs consists of a visual investigation into the intimate exchange between the human form and the natural landscape. Looking to identify the points in which both forms meet and co-exist as well as the manner in which they inevitably alter and destroy one another. Juxtaposing magnified detailed studies of the human body in its natural state with photographs of the Rio Tinto river in Spain, known for its deep red hues caused by the acid mine drainage from the various mines in the region. The quarries exposing the deep layers of earth’s flesh, the tools and steel cables used to create and maintain these lacerations. The limestone opaque forests generated from the dirt and dust blowing into the nearby woods. I use the viewfinder to build compositions and sketches of these moments of interception, further questioning our interconnectivity as forms.
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