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"Walking through the Luxembourgish Ardennes, Gaffney documented his wanderings using polaroids. Later, he re-explored certain routes after nightfall, to photograph under the light of the full moon.
Bathed in its soft otherworldly glow, the forest’s narrow steep valleys evoke a mysterious, psychological wilderness, in what is in reality, a highly managed man-made environment.
« Drawn with light that is barely perceptible to the eye, Gaffney’s photographs emerge out of intuition, coincidence, and an underlying longing for connection and stillness. And although it’s tempting to call them landscapes, they are created through different ways of knowing a place – ways that acknowledge the moving, feeling body, rather than the distanced and distancing eye, as the foundation of our experience. »
-- Eugenie Shinkle "
Published in association with the CNA, Luxembourg.
This publication is actually made of two separate books (day & night) that get "assembled" together thanks to their magnetic covers. The signature of the artist appears on the title page of the small white book (Book 1 below).
Book 1 :
- Tri-tone printing, 25 Polaroid images
- Japanese binding, 68 pages
- Magnetic white vinyl cover
- Format : 15.3 x 20.3 cm
Book 2 :
- Printed with UV inks
- Handmade lay-flat binding, 24 heavy stock pages
- Black ferrous metal cover
- Format 23 x 30.5 cm
Self-published, 2017 (750 copies)
New - Mint condition
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