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‘How much left for landing?’ is a self-published dummy book, recently printed in a limited edition of 20 copies. Created with the development support & workshops of Zoetrope Athens. Sometimes space represents a communication platform where our own messages play the role of bridges that hope to connect different places, worlds, people. Where does the sound of a restless spirit go? What are the shapes in which our hidden desires appear out in the world and how do they determine our path? Is the wild beating of a heart enough for the universe to listen? There has been a special opportunity to reflect on these questions, recently, living through a period of extended isolation and within a reality where almost nothing seemed to occur. At quiet times, it is possible that our internal activity seems to us, or is indeed, remarkably intense and furious, due to its difficulty to reach a destination in regular rhythms, while the impact of this concealed motion is hard to be seen and normally absorbed by the physical and social environment. It feels as if we are both the senders and the receivers of our own signals and the only, highly subjective readers of our emotions. Gathering these thoughts, my mind was lead towards a broader matter of how could we deeply touch one another through forms of art, be heard and understood on a higher level and what could be the best practice to achieve it with. How can we share and portray emotions accurately, so they can be equally felt by others, considering all the different personalities and moods out there? Is it possible at all? This book is a collection of images that carry the sense of a soul in excessive tension that strives to communicate in times of great stillness, presented through a bizarre relationship that is established between the spiritual realm and the dimension of the phenomenal world.
Published by: Shelf-published in collaboration with ZOETROPE ATHENS
Limited edition of 20 copies
130 x 187 mm