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Krist Mort (Austria)
"Tera" Book 2016, Cyclic Law Records
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Following her highly acclaimed “Inlumaeh” Book, Krist Mort now presents us “Tera”, a more focused conceptual photographic exploration of the primal origins the human body. Six chapters take us through the cycles of birth and decay.

Tera photobook by Krist Mort
Hardcover with blind debossing on light grey natural cardboard
128 pages of color and b/w photographs, matte finish
Offset Lithography
Book format: 18 x 24 cm
Limited to 300 copies

„New volume by Austrian analog photographer KRIST MORT. Following her highly acclaimed ‚Inlumaeh‘ book where we saw a more chronological overview of the general aesthetics of her past body of work, she now presents us ‚Tera‘, a more focused conceptual photographic exploration of the primal origins of the human body. Six chapters take us through the cycles of birth and decay, portraying bodies as more abstract shapes turning into desolate landscapes. Bodies rooted in earth, evolving to their intend forms to eventually decay and disintegrate to their origins, back to soil. A poignant metaphor on life and death and the universe’s governing cycles, uniquely rendered through her very particular photographic eye.“




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