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Presentation by the artist:
"Dispersal is a project about absence, longing and freedom. My photography tries to deal with the same issues." -- Arianna Sanesi
Dispersal is not a book per se, it is a collection of artifacts, texts and images presented in a cardboard box, closed by a thick red rubber.
Opening the box, discovering the objects, wondering about their meaning, taking out the folder that holds the unbound pages, some held by paper clips... Dispersal is clearly a unique experience, even before seeing a single image, or reading the first sentence of text!
A first browsing of the images takes us in a forest, in the mountains, in a peaceful nature, in a damp and mysterious atmosphere. The images are beautiful, the tones are those of a forest under the clouds and in the rain... You get to realise that some of the images are of objects, artefacts that are evidences, and then you understand that the book, the project, is in fact an investigation.
Then you get back to the text, and you re-discover the images under an all new light...
A beautiful story, a beautiful project, and a really beautiful production!
Published thanks to the support and work of Rumore Nero, "little independent publishing house", Dispersal is the third volume of their "L" series (standing for "50" in Latin numbers, and meaining "50 copies").
This publication (limited to 50 copies) is presented in a 25 x 33 x 5 cardboard box, contains 7 objetcs in plastic bags, and a folder that holds the texts, images and documents. Each copy is signed and numbered at the back of the box.
40 pages (40 sheets) - Artifacts, folder, pages (images & texts) in a cardboard box
Rumore Nero, 2014
*Signed & Numbered*
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