Leafing through this photo book with its powerful images, the book transcends itself – as if a performance takes place in your hands. Everyday public life as the backdrop to a starring role for the human body. Photography that perhaps takes on even more significance in our present metre-and-a-half society, as we sometimes almost dance to avoid one another.
The concept has been kept simple and captured in a marvellous lay-out. This simplicity works wonderfully well, never becoming dull. Thanks to the warm tone of the beautifully lithographed and printed images, nowhere is it evident that these were created in different locations. Which is good, as the locations are simply decor, and without specific meaning.
The typography – neither pretentious nor innovative – is almost transparent thanks to the extremely well-chosen font. An exciting publication, in spite of all restraint. A book executed with great maturity by its young makers. Promising!