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Holger Feroudj - White Snow on Black Ice, Self published, 2014, Tokyo






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Holger Feroudj - White Snow on Black Ice (Front)

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Participatin in in)(between. ShaShin Book Award, an award open to all Japanese photographers and photographers residing in Japan. More information in English and Japanese See all entries

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Pages: 40
Place: Tokyo
Year: 2014
Publisher: Self published
Size: 24 x 15 cm (approx.)

Hardcover with obi, edition of 20 copies.

“White Snow on Black Ice” is the result of using photography and book design to capture the invisible bond of memories connected to places of my past I have rich memories tied to. Places that make me re-live certain events, painful and happy alike; however, memory does not work like a video recorder. Memory changes upon re-living it. The harder you try to see and remember, the deeper you go, layer by layer, the more likely you are to re-write your past without even realizing it. Until you feel that you really experienced it.

Order at holgerferoudj.com.


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