Presentation based on the IIKKI Books website: [adaptation L'Ascenseur Végétal]
" Through a Vulnerable Occur is a dialogue between artists Sophie Gabrielle and Seabuckthorn.
Sophie Gabrielle is a young Australian photographer. Through her fine art practice, she has channelled her interest in mythology, spiritualism and psychology. Her poetic works are an exploration into the world of the unseen, through optics, chemical interactions and the investigative processes used to photograph something invisible to the naked eye.
Seabuckthorn is an alias used by English acoustic guitarist & multi-instrumentalist Andy Cartwright for his solo work. He uses finger picking & bowing techniques combined with various open tunings to form a mixture of approaches, often with layered accompaniments. Generally the songs lean towards the experimental genre, whilst on the edge of the ambient and folk. He now resides in the southern Alps where the mountainous landscapes offer enough inspiration to produce & record music. "
The books published by IIKKI Books are always in the framework of a collaborative project between a photographer and a musician. Each title published includes a photobook and an LP.
L'Ascenseur Végétal only offers the books published by IIKKI Books, but each copy of the book includes a thrown-in ticket bearing a code that will allow online access to the full content of the LP.
80 pages - Hardcover
IIKKI Books, 2020 (300 copies)
Format : 24 x 22 cm
New - Mint condition
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