|Publisher||Chose Commune 2016|
|Edition||Hardcover , 168 pages|
Astres noirs is the debut book for both Katrin Koenning and Sarker Protick, artists who live thousands of miles apart whose peculiar photographic wanderings create a hauntingly beautiful dialogue. This book presents photographs taken on mobile phone cameras, devices used to capture their everyday in an impulsive and almost obsessional way, documenting life from their doorsteps to far afield.
Their photographs capture the commonplace such as water stains on asphalt, dust clouds, and rays of light, and transform these into mesmerizing frames – elusive fragments that evoke an imaginary creature, a milky way, a phosphorescent silhouette…
Presented together, their combined voices lead us on a journey into unexplored territory, somewhere between the everyday and paranormal, between night and day. Amongst enveloping darkness, lightness is revealed, dazzling and miraculously caught by discerning eyes.
|Book title||Astres Noirs|
|Photographer||Katryn Koenning Sarker Protick|
|ISBN 10||2954877723 / 2-9548777-2-3|
|ISBN 13||9782954877723 / 978-2-9548777-2-3|
|Number of copies||1500 copies|
|Number of photographs||79 b/w photographs|
|Color or b/w photographs||bw|
|Dimensions||16 x 22 cm / 6.3 x 8.7 inches|
|Book designer||Atelier Pentagon|