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Mood Disorder

Artist
David Horovitz
Price
$37.50
Date
2015
Publisher
New Documents & Motto, Berlin.
Format
Artists' Books
Size
25 × 35 cm
Length
72 pages
Genre
Photography
Description

Mood Disorder documents the propagation of a photograph of David Horvitz across the internet. The image — a self portrait of the artist with his head in his hands, ocean waves crashing in the background — was initially uploaded to the Wikimedia Commons, and placed on various Wikipedia pages. From there, the image began to circulate, appearing on over a hundred websites as a “stock” photo to illustrate articles on a wide range of mental health and wellness issues.

With a text by Ed Steck. Co-published by Chert and Motto Books, Berlin.

Soft cover, staple-bound, color interior.

  1. Mood Disorder
 

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