London: Loose Joints / 180 Studios / Converge 45, 2022.
Condition: Fine complete with a 48pp booklet
SIGNED 440 pp 245 × 320 mm 342 photos and film stills. Book signing, Thurs Nov 17, 6-8PM
Devastation in the Amazon rainforest and the climate change it triggers tend to unfold in ways that are too vast to comprehend, too minute to perceive, and too normalised to see. In an attempt to render the scale and urgency of the Amazon’s extensive, impending collapse, Richard Mosse’s most ambitious work to date employs a dazzling array of photographic techniques. Broken Spectre is an immersive, 74-minute film that shifts between a manifold of ecological narratives, from the topographic to the anthropocentric, and to a careful examination of nonhuman violence and survival. Mosse and his team spent years documenting different fronts of destruction, degradation and environmental crimes in the Amazon Basin and related eco-systems. Texts in n English, Portuguese, Tupi-Mondé and Yanomami. Item #24296