Peter Downsbrough. And

In this book Peter Downsbrough combines the Two Lines with photographs and text for the first time. A continuation of Downsbrough’s series of books condensing and conflating the relationship between images and text, experience and interpretation, immersion and abstraction. This small edition uses two vertical bars to repeatedly divide various photographs of landscapes, interiors and urban street scenes. The images then drop periodically from the books rhythm, and in their place short staccato word phrases are introduced – developing a grammar that is both spatial, textual, and imaginary.

cm 11×18; pp. 96; 80 ills; paperback. Publisher: Anatol AV Und Filmprodukttion, Hamburg, 1977.

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ID: 16489

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In this book Peter Downsbrough combines the Two Lines with photographs and text for the first time. A continuation of Downsbrough’s series of books condensing and conflating the relationship between images and text, experience and interpretation, immersion and abstraction. This small edition uses two vertical bars to repeatedly divide various photographs of landscapes, interiors and urban street scenes. The images then drop periodically from the books rhythm, and in their place short staccato word phrases are introduced – developing a grammar that is both spatial, textual, and imaginary.

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