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Shooting Blind:
Introduction by Edward Hoagland, Interviews with the Photographers

"Going through tunnels of black, velvety ink-like shadows,the light comes toward us from behind.It could be dim, or very bright. It emerges in small patches and coalesces. It chooses to become a face, then many: we recognize the plane of a cheek, the curve of a lip...light binds another face in circles. It creates a hurried, electric all -over calligraphy.It dances...they are true visionaries, casting their net deep into the unknown."

aperture foundation

 

 

"Shooting Blind", published by Aperture, 2002, was the first major presentation of our work to a wider public.

"Going through tunnels of black, velvety ink-like shadows,the light comes toward us from behind.It could be dim, or very bright. It emerges in small patches and coalesces. It chooses to become a face, then many: we recognize the plane of a cheek, the curve of a lip...light binds another face in circles. It creates a hurried, electric all -over calligraphy.It dances...they are true visionaries, casting their net deep into the unknown."

-PixelPress, Carole Naggar

 

"The poignant portraits in this book are a celebration of life. You will marvel at the outcome of this photographic experiment, especially if you take the time to meditate on the expressions on the faces of the subjects."

-"The 25 Best Books of 2002," THE Magazine

 

 

Note: "Shooting Blind" is currently out of print.

 
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