Photographs shot by an unknown Shanghai University student in the early ’80s, found & newly printed by French artist Thomas Sauvin and remixed, rearranged, reinvented, reanimated by Kensuke Koike, a Japanese artist based in Venice.
Koike’s rules: nothing is added, nothing is removed – “no more, no less.” Through Koike’s masterful technique, the images take on a new life; definitely altered, yet respectfully conserved.
One of renowned photography critic Simon Baker’s top 10 photobooks of 2018: “[T]his is one of the most fluid and well-executed collaborations that I have seen with archival material or in general over the past few years.”
- Book Size
- 150 × 200 mm
- 48 pages
- Publication Date