Decay...Emptiness...and Other Ephemeral Beauty. The photographs of Joel Koosed. “Seeking beauty in the imperfection of all things as they evolve from -- and devolve back into -- nothing.” From the back cover: When I began work on this project, I had never heard of the Japanese-inspired meme, Wabi-Sabi. Part way through the project, I described the photos I was taking to a friend, who introduced me to the concept. We both thought it captured perfectly the theme of the photographs I was shooting. Later, as the project was nearing completion, a journey to my hometown in the heart of rural America took me on a journey into my own heart as well, where I discovered what had originally given rise to my photographic sensibilities – the solitude of a small town in the midwest, with its gray winter skies; the sun setting behind bare black trees growing up out of the snow; and the longing for an unobtainable past.
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Joel Koosed is the founder of The San Francisco Roommate Referral Service, Kicks Magazine, the Avenue Ballroom, and The Meeting Game Salon. A musician, and author of more than thirty songs (including the CD, "A Song for Ewe," featuring his song about Dolly, the first cloned sheep), Joel is currently the editor of a small-town newspaper in the San Francisco Bay Area, where he lives with his two Boston Terriers. This is his first book.
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Description du livre Paperback. État : Very Good. The book has been read, but is in excellent condition. Pages are intact and not marred by notes or highlighting. The spine remains undamaged. N° de réf. du libraire GOR007926733