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Books In Stock at photo-eye: Signed Signed titles from Coley Brown, Louviere + Vanessa, Ethan Rafal and Hiroshi Takizawa.
A Recurring Dream
By Coley Brown
Silent Sound

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"A Recurring Dream by Coley Brown is a book of photography which goes on a non-linear journey of strange landscapes and presents a personal survey of subtle abstractions found in the natural world."—from the publisher





Resonantia 
By Louviere + Vanessa
Louviere + Vanessa

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"Resonantia (echo) reverberates across the media of photography and music. Everything you see is sound. Everything you hear is photography. All the Other Stars is the surreal narrative resonating in between. This unique approach to an artist's exhibition catalog is also a stand alone piece of the exhibition. This album contains all 12 musical notes found using infinite frequencies. A tone generator was used to visualize the images. The photographs were converted back into audio using the image’s grayscale plus the X and Y coordinates. The 12 audio tracks were then mixed to create an ambient soundscape. The images can be re-visualized with the use of a spectrometer."—from the publisher 




Shock and Awe
By Ethan Rafal
self-published

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"A twelve-year, autobiographical project examining the relationship between protracted war and homeland decay, Shock and Awe is a meticulously crafted image, text, and found object journal that blurs the line between author and subject, and personal and authoritative histories. Completed over countless years traveling the United States, the project pulls from the traditions of documentary photography and writing set on the American road."—from the publisher




Mass
By Hiroshi Takizawa
Newfave

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"Hiroshi Takizawa's Mass is composed of recent photographs that concentrate on new interpretations of materials such as concrete and stone: the materials used to raise buildings.

In his photographs Takizawa uses them to create new motifs. According to his own fetishism he warps, cuts and overlaps the images he recorded, transformed through the process of reproduction. He transforms the mass of the materials that are his subject by planarizing them, setting in motion the knowledge and memories of the viewer to help make sense visually of what is on the page in front of them."—from the publisher




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