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Photographs by Sal Taylor Kydd.
DATZ, South Korea, 2021. In English. 56 pp..

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Edition of 200.

“By then we all knew of people that had died, and were managing the stress of futures shifting and plans that had been derailed, fearing what would come with the change of the seasons. That summer represented a pause in time, a moment where life could feel normal, when we were still holding on to a world of yesterdays.” — Sal Taylor Kydd

The work in this book was made in Maine during the summer of 2020, at the beginning of the pandemic. It was the summer when people were managing a painful awareness of death and the stress of an unknown future ahead. Kydd expresses the unpredictability of today through silent images frozen at yesterday’s time. This book illustrates the delicate wavelengths born from an individual’s endurance of inevitable isolation.

Includes one 6.4'×5' archival pigment print, signed and numbered (pictured below)

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