Photographs: Jungjin Lee
Publisher: Nazraeli Press
Price: 89 €
Comments: Illustrated hardcover, b&w photographs, 29,5 × 37,5 cm. First edition.
While the photographs were originally made in deserts, mountains, oceans and plains, the artist writes, “My images should be seen as metaphors, a form of meditation. I do not depict landscapes or nature. The desert allows me to see my inner self, and my goal is to make images of what I feel there: the eternal sense of being open and present to the world.”
Jungjin Lee’s work has expanded the boundaries of the photographic process to create images that are simultaneously textural and minimalist. After printing an image on hand-emulsified cotton or mulberry paper, she then alters its finish, using technological processes that result in a distinct, high contrast image.
Voice, comprises 46 large-scale photographs made in 2018 and 2019.
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