The Strangeness of This Idea.
Photographs by Kate Steciw.
Hassla, 2010. 28 pp., Color illustrations throughout, 9x11".

Selected as one of the Best Books of 2010 by:


Publisher's Description
I am interested in making a photograph other - juxtaposing or superimposing the mundane or expected with the altered or intangible - allowing (or even forcing) a photograph to move beyond the 2D and exist in 3D and even 4D spaces or implied spaces. I strive to expose the failure of the photographic object to reflect an increasingly immaterial world and the demands that that world makes on our perceptions. By returning that 'other' material to a photographic space/surface or juxtaposing it with a 'straight' image, a relationship is drawn between the evolving abstraction of photographic/graphic space and the abstraction inherent in all photography. It is this perceptual volleying between the solid or tangible and the immaterial or altered that, in my opinion, best characterizes the mutable nature of the contemporary visual experience - solid/static to liquid/dynamic and back again. - Kate Steciw


Order from photo-eye     Why photo-eye?
Cat# ZE189S Softbound $20.00   
Backorder this item. Usually ships in 2-3 weeks.

Quantity:


Order through Amazon (photo-eye gets credit)     Why Amazon?
Softbound $55.00   Amazon Price: $55.00   ISBN 0982547137
In Stock! Usually ships in 1-2 business days.

Order through Amazon Marketplace (photo-eye gets credit)
Why Amazon Marketplace?
3 Used from $55.00  

Our customers who bought this also purchased...
Photographs  David Schoerner


© photo-eye, 2014. All Rights Reserved Copyrights-Trademarks Privacy Policy Staff/Hours/Santa Fe Location 800.227.6941 info@photoeye.com