Photographs by Manel Armengol. Text by Mark Gisbourne.
160 pp., 70 tritone illustrations, 12x11¼".
In Latin,“terrae”means “of the earth.”Manel
Armengol’s photographic portrait of this element
in its many forms and conditions—in ferment,
oxidized, gaseous, eroded, iced over—
demonstrates how continually active this seemingly
solid, static entity beneath our feet is.
Armengol’s aim with Terrae is to make a paen to
the earth, and to address it directly.
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