Photographs by Adam Jeppesen.
48 pp., 27 color illustrations, 6½x8".
Danish documentary filmmaker and
photographer Adam Jeppesen’s
Wake was assembled over a period
of several months in the backwoods
of Finland. Rather than fall prey to
Nordic melancholy while in seclusion,
Jeppesen constructed a poetic,
dreamlike sequence from his archive
of past images that, in its arrangement,
reflects the emotional and
aesthetic clarity afforded by solitude.
Composed of personal work
made while traveling on assignment
for the past seven years, this monograph
is a personal psychological
study. As the title suggests, the
images in this volume inhabit the
liminal space between darkness and
twilight, the torpid state between
sleeping and waking. The specificity
of people, places and things gives
way to light, color and texture. This
series is infused with a quiet drama,
an impression that something just
out of reach lies below the surface
of each image.
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