Presentation of the book project by the author:
[translation L'Ascenseur Végétal]
" La montagne qui marche, a photobook about erosion and our relationship to the coastline.
I peeled the dune like you peel an onion. Layer after layer, stratum after stratum. For almost two and a half years, in Soulac-sur-Mer, I followed the gusts of wind and the winter storms, the back-and-forth of the trucks in charge of bringing new sand to the beaches, the hand of the archeologists digging deep into those beaches, and the repeated waves of tourists in the summer.
I observed the dune's complex and fragile ecosystem, the incredible diversity of its fauna and flora, and especially its perpetual movement. "
Please switch to the French version of this page for a more detailed presentation, in French.
Texts, testimonies, and afterword by Matthieu Duperrex IN FRENCH ONLY. Copies signed by the photographer.
168 pages - Softcover with flaps
Studio Kocha, 2023
Format : 21.5 x 28 cm
New - Mint condition
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