Other Things Visible
Situated as it is at the very turn of the century, and questioning from the outset the inflation and desubstantialisation involved in the hegemony of images, Michel Mazzoni’s photographic practice is an image factory or rather an image-thinking factory. An image which outflanks it and decompartmentalises it in multifarious ways, from its installation in situ to its editorial deployment. An image qua cultural artefact in its capacity to link us to the world in a shared sense of perpetual present and of circular time. An image qua material reality pushed to the limits, based on the phenomenology of its perception, hence on its intrinsic quality of enigma.
This book is published on the occasion of the exhibition ‘Other Things Visible’ by Michel Mazzoni at Botanique, Brussels in the spring of 2019.
|Michel Mazzoni||Christine Jamart|
|31,5 x 21 cm||128|
|Viktor Van den Braembussche, Studio Luc Derycke|
|MER Books, Ghent||Sewn binding, soft cover and black dust jacket|
|Cassochrome, Waregem (Belgium)||Offset on different papers: Offenbach Bible 60 grs, Sinarlux, 60 grs. Olin High White 90 grs & Splendorlux 300 grs. Jacket, Sirio Black.|