A photograph is a selective slice of the world that provides a fixed perspective of its subject matter. This project denies the authority of a unilateral viewpoint. It constitutes a visual interrogation of everyday objects, an investigation through space and time. Every picture is both a re–visioning of its content and a contributor to its cumulative representation. Like Cubism, it attempts to narrow the gap between the three–dimensional and the two–dimensional, the sculptural and the pictorial.
Published in collaboration with Combind Editions
Photographs by Richard Higginbottom, Design by Dominique Fletcher
Details 176 x 250 mm
Softcover, black staples with 2-sided poster dust jacket
First Edition of 100 Hand Numbered