On Photography, (After Susan Sontag)-
Semiotic Books for Tumbler Readers
Susan Sontag’s On Photography appears like a completely empty book; paradoxically, she has written a text on photography theory without including a single image. Furthermore, these books are accompanied by the spreads that are produced when editing a publication. In these spreads, the images can be found rotated or inverted, and the paper allows us to sense the other pages that are printed on the back. Because of this layout, we can see the entire contents of the book in a single glance. The piece evokes the sensation of looking at an analog screen.
Artist Book and ink on paper, 2014-2015
Santander Bank Foundation
Moisés Peréz de Albéniz Gallery, Madrid, Spain, 2015