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Elemental

Artist
Rohan Hutchinson
Price
$33.35
Date
2016
Publisher
YPP Japan
Format
Artists' Books
Size
18.6 × 25.4 cm
Length
32 pages
Genre
Photography
Description

Elemental is a series of works exploring how variance in extreme weather conditions and slight shifts in geographic position affect architecture. Created during a harsh Canadian winter these large format photographic works speak of the relationships between architecture and its surrounding environment. The works were inspired by Go Hasegawa’s writings on the basic principles of a house.

Edition of 700.

Saddle-stitch style using hand-tied Japanese cotton, 16 full colour plates.

  1. Elemental
  2. Elemental 2
  3. Elemental 3
Images:123
 

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