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The Blue Hour.

Photographs by Uri Gershuni.
The Green Box Kunstedition, Berlin, Germany, 2014. In English. 260 pp., color and black & white illustrations, 7¼xx1".



Publisher's Description
In The Blue Hour, Uri Gershuni wanders through the English village of Lacock, in the rural county of Wiltshire, which was home in the nineteenth century to the inventor of photography William Henry Fox Talbot. Gershuni’s trip to the village is not a first trip, nor indeed is it properly described as a trip. First, this is not his first visit to Lacock, but a return visit. He first visited the village three years ago in search of the origins of photography. This time he finds a mode of movement in his non-movement, and this possibility, it turns out, opens up before him when he sits facing the computer screen, through which he may once again visit the village, at least virtually.

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