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NOW AVAILABLE!  VOLUME 5: ENVIRONMENT / WATER
Vol. 1
Documentary
Vol. 2
S
taged
Vol. 3
Portrait
Kurt Tong
People's Park

Beth Dow
In the Garden

Jeremiah Ariaz
Reconsidering
Landscape


Vol. 4
Landscape
Gigi Cifali
Absence of Water documents the abandoned baths throughout
the UK. Emptied of their original purpose, the immense
structures have now become reflecting pools of a different sort.

Brian Oglesbee
Unmanipulated and unaided by the digital toolbox, Aquatique
records the mystical watery world before Oglesbee's lens,
meticulously created and electrified by ripples, waves, bubbles,
and patterns.


David Welch
By collecting and arranging everyday objects as totems in his
Material World series, Welch invests them with startling
importance which we might not otherwise notice.


Accompanying essays feature the writing of Lesley Brill, Sam
Herman, Patricia Jones, and David Rodgers.