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For the introduction and acquisition of my photographic work I developd a monograph.
A meticulously crafted instrument consisting of several layers that each represent different ideas I apply in my work. Each layer in this particular monograph, the materials, colours and technique, represent the cycles I perform to find a desired configuration (a work) The images that appear in the monograph do not reproduce any of the original configurations created in the studio, but each choice you make to 'construct’ an image using the layers, rather simulates my recording process. Conceived and developed with Anthony Siemons

Two editions have been catalogued in the EKWC library in 2020
The monograph is initially designed for promotional purposes, providing tangible insights and an introduction to my methods of working and thinking, but has slowly come to be a work in itself.  An idea of wich the Japanese concept of tsutsumi is a very suitable testimonial;

Every meticulously created object changes any offering into something that contains high symbolic value. Not because of it’s material vulnerability, but for it’s symbolic ritual. Without actually opening it, the object already suggests the significance of it’s contents through the gentle and precise concealment of the packaging....

Hideyuki Oda, How to wrap five eggs, Wheatherhill 1965