Echo Edition #3

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Echo Edition #3

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One photograph from the book “The Echo”. Edition of 10. Archival pigment print. Numbered and signed on certificate. Finished with passe-partout in a black wooden frame behind museum anti-reflective glass.

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  • Edition of 10 framed photographs + 1 Artist Proof

  • Format with frame: 32 x 40 cm (12,5 x 15,5 inch)

  • Format of photograph: 21 x 21 cm (8,5 x 8,5 inch)

  • Archival pigment print technology

  • Hahnemulle Photo Rag archive paper

  • Numbered

  • Signed

  • Certificate

  • Passe-partout

  • Anti-reflective glass

  • Black super matt wooden frame

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I travel to places that do not exist. I meet people without a future, living in the past. I visited many places in western Ukraine, in Volhynia. Today, there are only empty space of the former Polish villages and towns. Almost all they disappeared in the year 1943. They can be found on old maps, trying to track them down with GPS. In early spring, when snow melts it can be seen, where there were houses. Material is only emptiness and the echo of the past. Boundless landscapes, sincere fields and only here and there someone placed a cross. Historians document and collect testimony about Volhynia Massacre, they created a historical development, which rely almost exclusively on human memory, because the material certificates basically does not exist. I'm looking for what does not exist, and I'm trying to tell the story about Volhynia, the land contaminated by death.