The Certainty of Nothing.  Sandi Haber Fifield.
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The Certainty of Nothing.

Sandi Haber Fifield.
Self-Published, 2021. 112 pp., 9½x12¾".

Publisher's Description

Edition of 350 signed and numbered.

Sandi Haber Fifield’s recently published 2021 monograph is inspired by the ruins of Angkor, ancient sites built in the 12th century and once part of the Khmer Empire. Much has come and gone in this remarkable location and Haber Fifield captures its mystery and fragility. She expands upon the idea of the artist as an architect of nature with her recognizable drawing and collage techniques. In in her essay Haber Fifield states, “These are rocks that speak to the origin of all rocks, stone that somehow explain ‘stone.’ They are proof of how civilizations came into being. Then, as now, there was certainty in nothing. But still, they persisted.”

The Certainty of Nothing is interwoven with words from “Perseverance,” a poem by award-winning writer Susan Minot. The book’s construction mimics the original photo-based pieces with laser cutting and selective silkscreen. Additionally, the book includes an essay by the artist.

About the Limited Edition:

Each Limited Edition includes a print by the artist on cotton fiber paper, 13 x 19 inches (14 x 9.25 image size)
Edition of 20 each, signed and numbered on verso.





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