sun, water, being

Bryant Austin
"My new work reveals the sun’s surface in vivid detail, as viewed through Earth’s varied atmospheric states. Dramatic landscape elements anchor the experience to challenge our perceptions of reality and our place within an infinite void."
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“As the shadow passed through me and away from me, my ego diminished and I could experience the cosmos; ‘I’ wasn’t there. I finally understood what presence was. You have to get out of the way; you become the cosmos. It experiences itself through your form.”  Bryant Austin, from the writing by Anne Veh

For two decades, Bryant Austin documented the interplay between the sun, water, and the eye, which he calls the ‘window to the soul’, of whales and dolphins. While capturing the alignment of the sun and moon in Yosemite National Park, he experienced his ego diminish and the cosmos exist by itself. Bryant also trains with his breath to achieve a state of wakeful awareness underwater; in a place of silence, reverence and detachment, where he connects with the whales. Bryant’s exploration with the sun, water and being is a discipline of listening and fine tuning. Through this book, sun, water, being, these three elements coalesce and unite to the vastness of the cosmos in a deep and profound connection.

For manifesting deep and various tones of Bryant’s works, the book was printed in the pentatone b&w print. Limited edition of 300 copies.

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Dimensions 32.8 × 27.5 cm
Binding Hardcover
Signed Copy No
Publisher Datz Press
Date Published 2020
ISBN 13 9788997605521
Edition First
No. of Pages 82