“When the white becomes a touch less white/ When the white becomes ten minutes less white/ When the white does what the light knows …” If ever an artist has made light and time visible, it is Vienna-born Inge Dick, in the amazing photographic images she has been generating since the 1980s. Influenced by – and moving beyond – the minimalist and color-field painters of the mid-20th century, Dick used huge long-exposure Polaroids to capture infinitesimally subtle changes in light such as the coming of dawn. Dick’s evanescent work is so inspirational that this impeccably produced catalog comes with a DVD of a film from Swiss composer Roland Dahinden, in which he adds music to create yet another level of perception. With excellent texts in English and German.
145 pp / 80 color and DVD
Retail Price: $45.00