002 – Margaret Durow. 48 Page softcover 21cm x 16cm book with card wraparound cover in an edition of 250 copies.
This copy also contains a signed and numbered 150mm x 200mm Giclée print on Hahnemühle paper (one of an edition of thirty) tipped in to the end page.
*Please note that the price of the print editions increases as copies sell.
This is the second in an ongoing collaboration with Open Doors Gallery publishing the work of emerging photographers.
About Margaret Durow
Margaret was born in rural Wisconsin, 1989 and began exploring her photographic style from a young age. Therefore, she has developed a unique ability to capture the magic in the landscapes she grew up in. By exploring the transient nature of memory, Durow uses photography as a tool to preserve a feeling. Hence, giving her work an intimate and insightful quality as she documents the world around her.
“Most of my work was photographed in Wisconsin, where I’ve lived all my life. When I was five years old, a benign tumor was discovered in my lumbar spine, which gradually caused my spine to curve over time. In 2007, I experienced severe complications from the surgery that straightened and fused my spine in place. Eleven years later, I underwent more reconstructive spinal surgeries that were unsuccessful and caused additional impairments. Photography allows me to express how I feel, and transform the pain and isolation of my deformed and disabled body into beauty and strength. I try to mirror what I feel inside when I capture the subtle changes in light, mood, and landscapes around me. I take pictures to remember how I feel, and I hope they make you feel something personal for yourself.”
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