Inversion (Paris Edition)

Daisuke Yokota

2018

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Original Title Inversion (Paris Edition)
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Inversion (Paris Edition) by Daisuke Yokota. First edition first impression (1 of 80 copies made) in new condition, no markings, this is a new book, please see pictures.

 

Shortlisted for The 2018 PhotoBook Awards ‘PHOTOBOOK OF THE YEAR’ by Aperture foundation and Paris Photo.

About Inversion (Paris Edition)

This is the most experimental work collection in Yokota’s work collection among many Yokota’s work collections which have been published, such as attempting silk screen printing on OHP film. All pages by silk screen printing, everything in a unique edition.

Daisuke Yokota’s artistic practice consists in reinventing his photography over and over again by repeatedly digging into his own archive images. To give a proper meaning to each creation, the layers of pictures are stacked to form a final photographic object that can be likened to a chamber for « memory layers ». The notion of echo and the connections that exist between photography and sounds are also among the paths he explores.

Presented for the first time during the Rencontres d’Arles festival, France, in 2015, Inversion is an installation composed of numerous black and white solarized photographs. Each print is a transposition by contact on photosensitive paper of a color photograph initially printed in Yokota’s artist’s books entitled Matter (waxed) (2014-2015), the pages of which are thus used as negatives.

About Daisuke Yokota

Daisuke Yokota was born in Saitama, Japan, 1983. Graduated from the Nippon photography institute in 2003. Selected the honourable mention of ‘the 31st Canon New Cosmos of Photography’ in 2008, and the grand prix of ‘1_Wall Award’. Yokota had his solo exhibition ‘Site/Cloud’ at G/P gallery, Tokyo in 2013. He has also been exhibited his works in many shows including ’New Cosmos of Photography Tokyo Exhibition 2008’,  among many others.

 

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Poids 2.25 kg