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Ed Panar - Animals That Saw Me: Volume One, The Ice Plant, 2011, Los Angeles




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Pages: 80
Place: Los Angeles
Year: 2011
Publisher: The Ice Plant
Size: 22 x 18 cm (approx.)

Flexible clothbound, signed.

"Roaming the natural and urban world with a camera for over 16 years, often alone, on foot, keeping a low profile, Ed Panar has repeatedly been caught in the act of photography—not by other people, but by a random assortment of familiar animals: cows, cats, frogs, dogs, turtles, deer, geese…you name it. The animal sees Ed, and Ed sees the animal; an unspoken communication passes between them. If he’s lucky, the moment is captured on film, catalogued, tagged for future reference. In Animals That Saw Me: Volume One Panar brings together the first collection of his most surprising and unexpected encounters with ordinary fauna—a brief, deadpan field study of the uncanny moment of recognition between species. What exactly have the animals seen? The pictures are a reminder that we must appear as strange and exotic to them as they do to us." (from the publisher)


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