"Transmontanus, the Latin term meaning “beyond the mountains”, is an allusion to the wind coming from the Pyrenees that characterises the Catalan region of the Empordà, not only defining its identity but also bringing change and erosion.
Transmontanus is both a journal and a journey back to a landscape we knew as children. The journal describes a rediscovery: going back to that landscape and seeing it from a perspective that time has changed forever, and recognising that neither we nor our landscapes will ever be the same again."
88 pages - Softcover
Ediciones Anómalas, 2014
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