Room One — Richard Higginbottom


A photograph is a selective slice of the world that provides a fixed perspective of its subject matter.
This project denies the authority of a unilateral viewpoint. It constitutes a visual interrogation of everyday objects, an investigation of their forms through space and time. Every picture is both a re–visioning of its content and a contributor to its cumulative representation. Like Cubism, it attempts to narrow the gap between the three–dimensional and the two–dimensional, the sculptural and the pictorial.
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176 x 250 mm
Softcover, black staples with 2-sided poster dust jacket
64 Pages
First Edition of 100
Hand Numbered