First edition of Beggar’s Honey by Jack Latham (2023)
- 170 x 210 mm
- 134 pages with 20 fold outs
- 100 colour photographs
- Lithoprinted on coated and uncoated paper
- Softback printed cover and printed dust jacket
- 4 different dust jacket options
- Edition of 750
Please note that the 4 different dust jackets options are being randomly allocated
About the Special edition with Darkroom Prints
- Five print options
- Each print is in an edition of 10 numbered and stamped copies
- Signed by Jack Latham on verso
- Darkroom prints printed on Fujicolor Crystal Archive Paper
- 31 x 26 cm / 12" x 10"
- 3 cm / 1.2" white border
Text by Professor Shawn Sobers
‘Beggar’s Honey’ is an exploration into the clandestine world of click farms.
Click farms are shadowy operations that are responsible for artificially inflating the engagement metrics of content on social media, manipulating the algorithms with serious consequences – from influencing consumer behaviour to compromising the integrity of democratic processes.
Jack Latham’s audacious project seeks to expose the inner workings of click farms for the very first time. By juxtaposing the captivating with the covert, he challenges our perception of the digital landscape and urges us to question the authenticity of the content we encounter daily.
‘Beggar’s Honey’ was awarded the Images Vevey Heidi.news Reportage honourable mention of the Grand Prix Images Vevey 2019/2020 by the jury chaired by Dayanita Singh. The project has been produced and funded by Images Vevey, with the generous support of the Stanley Thomas Johnson Foundation and Heidi.news.