Photobooks published by The Eriskay Connection

The Eriskay Connection is a Dutch studio for book design and an independent publisher of art books since 2011, at the intersection of photography, research, social issues and science.

Eriskay is a remote Scottish island. To get there many steps are necessary travelling by plane, train, bus and ferry. These steps connect the small island to the large world and vice versa. And this is precisely the objective of The Eriskay Connection.

Among other titles published are "Touch" and "(un)expected" by Peter Dekens (2012 & 2016), "LAND" by Laura van Steveren (2016), "Alternative Moons" by Robert Pufleb & Nadine Schlieper (2017) or "Anastasiia" by Christian van der Kooy (2017).

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  • .Sold out. Presentation by The Eriskay Connection: " Mathias de Lattre developed an interest in natural psychedelics, in particular hallucinogenic mushrooms. Since ten years he had the intuition that they might constitute an alternative to the psychiatric treatment of his mother. She was diagnosed with bipolar disorder twenty years ago, and the drugs...

  • Presentation by The Eriskay Connection:   "Peter Dekens' earliest memory of the First World War dates back to 1979, aged 12. One of his cousins found an old, unexploded bombshell and tried to dismantle it. The explosive went off and he succumbed to his injuries later that same evening. Driving along the former front line in Ypres (Belgium) now it's...

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  • Presentation by The Eriskay Connection: "Anastasiia is a declaration of love from a Kyivan student to her foreign lover and her native land, Ukraine. Through parallel streams of documentary images, Skype screenshots and texts, a dialogue is reconstructed between Anastasiia and her lover, the photographer Christian van der Kooy. The book covers a period of...

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  • Publisher's presentation: "After the well-known disaster in 1986 the Exclusion Zone around Chernobyl became a prohibited area, the ground there is still severely contaminated. And yet for some 140 Samosely or self-settlers, this is their permanent residence, and more than 2,000 people are still working in and around the Chernobyl nuclear power plant. Why...

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  • Publisher's presentation: "Touch is a moving photo story about Stijn, a young man of 23 years old. He was born blind and lives in a modest apartment somewhere in the city. This is the only place in the world where he can move so freely. The table, the kitchen and the bed aren’t obstacles for him, while being part of his territory, the objects guide him...

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