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Broken Clouds

Artist
Seth Fluker
Price
$30.00
Date
2017
Publisher
Seth Fluker
Format
Artists' Books
Size
24 × 29 × 0.4 cm
Length
30 pp
Genre
Photography
Description

Broken Clouds continues Seth Fluker’s exploration of the Canadian landscape and the relationship between identity and place. Faint impressions of his adolescence in British Columbia lead to an intimate portrayal of domesticity at his present day home in Toronto. His journey concludes with a fleeting road trip to New Brunswick, an outsiders portrayal of the province’s distinct Maritime terrain. Shot in 2016, Broken Clouds is the second in a series of artist books on Canada.

Signed edition of 100
Softcover, coil-bound, colour

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