The hill that wasn't (*signed*)

@ Vanthuyne, Stefan

978-9490800178

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The hill that wasn't is a series of beautiful and peaceful images of the weeds on a small hill, a pile of dirt, in front of which Stefan Vanthuyne had been passing for a long time when he decided to stop and take pictures, only to realise - a few days later - that it had been removed and flattened...
Stefan Vanthuyne makes a connection between this coincidence and reflections on the influence of the photographer on the landscape, meaning "to encounter it, destroy it, rebuild it, and then release it".

28 pages - Staple-bound booklet tipped in illustrated linen covers

Art Paper Editions, 2013 (APE#033, 500 copies)

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