“An endless stream, a great silence, an impenetrable forest.”
Oder-Neisse is the name given to the Polish-German
border formed at the end of the second world war.
Photographed in that region between 2013 and 2016 and
exploring themes of land, identity and occupation, it is
inspired by the writing of Joseph Conrad and in particular
his 1899 novel, “Heart of Darkness”.
Edition of 500, Special Edition of 50, with two 10″x8″ prints.
Hard back, 20cm x 24,6cm, 88 pages, 43 colour plates,
12 page text booklet.
€35 incl. tax plus shipping.
Special Edition €120 plus postage. (Please email for details).
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