"The disparate photographs assembled here were made over the course of twenty years. None of them were originally intended to be used in this book. By ordering and shaping them I tried to investigate the possibilities of narrative both within a single image and especially in relation to the other photographs. A Storybook Life is an attempt to discover the possibilities of meaning in the interaction of seemingly unrelated images in the hope that content can constantly mutate according to both the external and internal condition of the viewer, but remain meaningful because of it's inherent, but latent content. The conscious and subconscious decisions made in editing the photographs is the real work of A Storybook Life."
-- Philip-Lorca diCorcia
Description of the copy listed :
Book is new and in perfect condition, opened once to verify the edition. The DJ has a small imprint to its edge on the free side.
Approx. 160 pages - Hardcover w/ DJ
Twin Palms, 2004 (2nd edition)
Second-hand - As new (see above)
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