"James Joyce occupies a central role in how Irish identity is constructed both at home and abroad. His novel Ulysses opens in the Forty Foot bathing place near Dublin, the subject of Sea Change. Immersing herself within a dedicated group united by the act of swimming, Redmond uses the camera to document how the everyday cares of life, the trappings of status, and the echoes of history are all washed away once we plunge into what Joyce called “the snot-green sea”."
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48 pages - Softcover
Artist Photo Books, 2014
New - Mint condition
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