'What did you feel when you were dancing?' features over 100 colour and black and white photographs taken over the last six years. The series began from a photo diary Lucy Rehill kept as a teenager and speaks to themes regarding memory and place - the book has been made by interweaving these photographic moments in an abstracted way so there is no linear timeline. Each photograph is a moment, a memory, a fleeting happening that if not captured I may have forgotten forever. When sequenced together, within this book, the artist hopes that the viewer may look upon her memories and photographs and perhaps recall their own.
The book is a little larger than A6, as a form of a pocket book to reflect the notion that they are pocket memories, snapshots and recordings from a 35mm photo diary. Each copy comes with a limited postcard made on 100% recycled material within a fully biodegradable clear cover. There will be 4 different postcard designs for the edition of 40 published.
Hardcover on citrine colorplan paper with foiling/debossing
What did you feel when you were dancing? by Lucy Rehill
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