More Selected publications From Offprint Paris 2016

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Japan Weather Report

an artist’s book by Ddk
Offered by : Blisterzine
 

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The phantoms are a tear. But how to recognize them when/if the whole world is torn, if the world itself was baptized by isolation?

The Street View tool of Google Maps. Of course, pictures. But one can move throughout them, they are images that create a space, a space that one can navigate. One can literally move within these images/space.The glitch tears these images, removes every glimpse of fetishism from them; one literraly leaves a trace in a space, which then becomes a place. Only when one enters in connection with it, it can be said one has visited it.

Format:17,5x21 cm
pag:176
soft cover
edition: 150 copies, hand numbered 
86 pictures
Italy: € 24
EU & World: € 30