Corridor of Uncertainty
Corridor of Uncertainty by Paul Hill. First edition. First impression hardback in slipcase in fine condition. This is number 85 in an edition of 100 signed numbered copies which also include a print. No markings. Please see pictures. PayPal accepted, any questions please get in touch.
About Corridor of Uncertainty
‘The book is an instinctive response to the uncertain and new world I entered without my best friend and constant companion of 42 years who died in 2006.’ – Paul Hill
Corridor of Uncertainty is a metaphorical meditation on loss and pain, despair and hope, beauty and banality, and seeming to be in a foreign country without a map, where reactions range from pity to incredulity. The work was made following the death of his wife, Angela, in 2006 and although a very personal journey, it has resonances for a wide audience.
It is the first major monograph that Paul has published since White Peak, Dark Peak in 1990. Widely acknowledged as one of the most influential UK photographers and teachers of photography of the last forty years, Paul Hill began his career as a freelancer for regional and national newspapers. In the early 1970s he began working in photographic education at Trent Polytechnic, Nottingham, where he became head of the ground-breaking Trent / Derby Creative Photography course – the forerunner of every art photography degree now available. In 1976, he and his late wife, Angela, established The Photographer’s Place, the first residential photography workshop in the UK, and a centre which influenced a generation of British photographers.
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