Friction

Margaret Lansink
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In this series, Margaret Lansink tries to understand why we humans often refuse to accept this simple notion of impermanence. Is it related to our fear of the unknown, the fear of giving up our safety and comfort?
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In this series, Margaret Lansink tries to understand why we humans often refuse to accept this simple notion of impermanence. Is it related to our fear of the unknown, the fear of giving up our safety and comfort?

According to Margaret Lansink, accepting this impermanence allows access to Beauty: Beauty of ideas, of human relationships, of our links with Nature.

This immersion in Nature allows him to enter a different temporality, to synchronize with the slow rhythm of nature, to become aware of its beauty, of its changes.

Margaret Lansink speaks in this book about the "friction" of the synchronization of the eternal becoming of humanity with Nature, she juxtaposes our human time by photographing professional ballet dancers (who had to retire at 35) with images of the arid nature of Death Valley and other places, where time seems to play no apparent role. Together, they present the frictions that we humans must overcome in order to continue to live on our planet.

Limited edition of 600 numbered copies and 50 head copies accompanied by a print (to choose from 10 different images)

A co-edition by the(M) éditions and IBASHO

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Dimensions23.4 x 31.2 cm
BindingSoftcover
Signed CopyNo
Stock & Delivery StatusIn stock and ready for immediate despatch
Publisherthe (M) éditions
Date Published2022
ISBN 139791095424369
Edition1st
No. of Pages90
Author / PhotographerMargaret Lansink
Special Price£40.00