Foreign Fauna is a self-published book by artist Hanne Lillee. Made in 2020, the book catalogues a photographic series the artist has been working on since 2016.
The photographs explore growth and propagation, as well as decomposition and rot, and the repetitive force that transforms decay and deterioration into rebirth and regrowth. With these photographs, the artist has tried to draw attention to the natural world, and how foreign it still can be to us humans. We have much more to discover and learn from other life on the planet, but it is clear that we have lost direction and focus. We are now in danger of losing important flora and fauna before we even know it exists.
The publication also contains a text written by Phil Crockett Thomas.
2020, measures 180 x 230 mm, saddle stitched, full colour printing, 48 pages.
Foreign Fauna, Hanne Lillee
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