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Desert

Desert
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Jesse Flemings Desert (2010), was shot in Californias Joshua Tree National Park, 140 miles east of Los Angeles. The park is over 1200 square miles of high altitude desert with bizarre geological features. Fleming lived remotely in the park for one month working between the uninhabited and habited ...
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  • ISBN-13: 9781460919439
  • ISBN-10: 1460919432
  • Publisher: CreateSpace Independent Publishing Platform
  • Media: Paperback
  • Quantity Available: Printed on Demand (1-2 day lead time)
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Jesse Flemings Desert (2010), was shot in Californias Joshua Tree National Park, 140 miles east of Los Angeles. The park is over 1200 square miles of high altitude desert with bizarre geological features. Fleming lived remotely in the park for one month working between the uninhabited and habited landscape. He approaches this work as a disciplined observer: setting out to document life in the arid landscape and the intricacies that exist between the Deserts people and landscape. This catalog features a selection of photographs from the project Desert, along with images from the ethereal IT series (2010), distilling the content of Desert to shape, light, color, and atmospheric perspective. The resulting book is a hypnotic, sublime, and cryptic piece. - Anat Ebgi DESERT by Jesse Fleming Printed for the occasion of the exhibition Desert, at The Company, March 12 April 23, 2011 introduction by Anat Ebgi interview by Amanda Law photographs, sequencing, and book design by Jesse Fleming The desert is less nature than a concept, a place that swallows up boundaries. When the artist goes to the desert he enriches his absence and burns off the water on his brain A consciousness of the desert operates between craving and satiety. --Robert Smithson, excerpted from A Sedimentation of the Mind: Earth Projects (1968)

Item Details
  • ISBN-13 : 9781460919439
  • ISBN-10 : 1460919432
  • Media : Paperback
  • Pages : 70
  • Status : 253 on hand
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  • Pages : 70
  • Release Date : 2011-03-05
  • Categories : Conceptual
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