Ole Erik Løvold - Move Gently
It is a paradox that in movement, we find stillness. On foot through lush forests, on a bike down winding mountain roads, in a boat over motionless water - in the midst of these acts, there is an inner quiet. It is as if the consciousness is seduced by the rhythm of the movement, by the workings of the body, the muscles carrying us; but also by the ever-changing sensory impressions, of sounds, smells, light.
To photograph also requires movement. First by the mechanics of the camera, then by the body of the photographer: placing itself in time and space. But the deciding movement is in the mind of the photographer. It is that which determines the photograph’s existence. Move Gently is a series of pictures about movement and stillness, the relation between the two and how they are manifested in photography.
197 mm x 280 mm
Hand Stitched Soft Cover
First Edition of 100
Ante Meridiem consists of individual and multifaceted responses to the onset of day. It features images by 12 photographers presenting their own version of the morning, captured in various locations around the world.
Featuring photography and text by:
Sam A Harris
Alex Catt - Lost, in circles we wander
Lost, in circles we wander is a meditation on the temporality of existence; a collection of images formed from an insatiable desire for exploration and questioning. This series of images illustrates a seemingly endless search across vast landscapes for something just out of reach and the struggle of loss, punctuated with subtle moments of hope.
The book contains 36 black and white photographs made across the European continent; from a handful of Eucalyptus seed pods collected in Galicia, to the oldest Yew tree in Sussex and from remote Hebridean Islands to the artist's home of the New Forest.