Outs (silver version)
Outs (silver version)
17 x 24 centimeter / 140 pages / colour and gold on black / softcover / edited by Kelli Connell / text and design: Hans Gremmen / design: Hans Gremmen / isbn 9789083165806
This publication includes work by more than 70 photographers. Each submitted a photograph which did not fit into any of their projects, but remained compelling for them nonetheless. Using the 1978 text Brief Notes on the Art and Manner of Arranging One’s Books by George Perec, Hans Gremmen embraced the challenge of sequencing these 70 disparate images resulting in a truly unique object. The images included in OUTS create new relationship pairings that are printed using silver/white ink on black paper, an ode to honoring these outliers.
This is the second printing of the first edition of the book. The first printing was printed with gold ink on black paper. After a year this golden ink reacted to the paper in a chemical way, creating ghost images on the pages. Because of this we stopt distributing the golden version. ‘Outs’ had become an outs itself.
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