Presentation on the artist's website:
" « In the infinite flow of everything, people come and go in our lives. While the presence of some can be so subtle that we hardly register when it begins or ends, with others it's far clearer: they enter, or leave, with a bang.
In her delicate and powerful series of black and white images, Dutch photographer Margaret Lansink dwells in the emotional state of transition between knowing and not knowing another person. In reaction to her daughter's decision to suspend contact with her, Lansink uses the camera to feel out the sense of severing a connection. She photographs landscapes and nude women, often rendered mysterious or unreadable, seemingly asking: is this the moment you were gone?
Borders of Nothingness raises heavy questions regarding the presence and absence of others in our lives, engaging with our sense of loss as well as the everyday miracle of making the acquaintance of another. »
-- Katherine Oktober Matthews "
This book is co-published by Ibasho Gallery (Japan) and the(M) éditions (France). Design by Studio Julia.
96 pages - Hardcover
Ibasho / the(M) éditions, 2020 (300 copies)
Format : 14 x 19 cm
New - Mint condition
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