A conceptual photographic exploration of the primal origins the human body. Six chapters take us through the cycles of birth and decay, portraying bodies as more abstract shapes turning into desolate landscapes. Bodies rooted in earth, evolving to their intend forms to eventually decay and disintegrate to their origins, back to soil. A poignant metaphor on life and death and the universe s governing cycles.
Hardcover with blind debossing on light grey natural cardboard 128 pages of color and b/w photographs with matte finish. Offset Lithography.
Format: 18 x 24 cm. Limited to 300 copies. Available here
Inlumaeh relates to the connection and interaction of light and darkness. Where there is illumination a shadow is always cast and therefore all shadows originate in light. It is with these singular precepts that Kristina Feldhammer tackles her photographic work. Focusing on the darker and more somber aspects of life, as well as the beautiful and fragile side of death and the unknown, her pictures showcase the cycle of death and rebirth and also the cycle of creation and destruction, perpetually moving on in its oppressive beauty. Beauty and death, light and darkness, invocations and spirits are the foundations on which she creates her evocative imagery.
Gold foil debossing on textured hardbound cover 90 pages of color and b/w photographs, matte varnish. Book format: 7×10″
Standard edition of 450 copies, limited edition of 50 copies SOLD OUT.
A few copies still remaining at Cyclic Press