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Presentation on the artist's website:
"I have always had a deep respect for people who go to sea. In their lives, water has a deeper meaning than relationships with people around them. The sea is larger than anyone – it is more than simply a means of subsistence, more than survival.
I returned to the village where I spent my childhood, to try to remember how it used to be. To find the images of the seamen who loved water more than people. I was looking for the time lost; the time which, it seems, the locals have never forgotten. They still live in that time - slow, quiet and peaceful."
We are offering here the 2nd edition of this book (70 copies), which is already sold out on the artist's website...
64 pages - Hardcover, no DJ
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Project presentation by the artist: "22:19 illustrates the wide range of emotions - fear, boredom, camaraderie, relief - that two young men have experienced during an intense 8-minute period. This book has been designed to slowly reveal the location, the story, and its ending, to the viewer in a cinematographic manner. Time is the key element here and...
.We are offering signed copies of the second edition.A 12-day love story, from the first hour to the last...Texts in English & Images by Thomas Boivin.108 pages - Softcover Self-published, 2016 (2nd edition - 380 copies) *Signed* New - Mint condition
.Last copy!.The portraits appearing in Ad Infinitum are from tombstones found in cemeteries in Hong-Kong.This series is a work both on the passage of time and the loss of memory, as the portraits all vanish little by little; and also on the disappearance of the individual within the humanity, as the vanishing process is similar to all the photographies...