Edition parue chez Eyd books en juin 2022
Préface d'Ange Leccia

‘There are pleasant reminders through the book of our interconnectivity and the reach of summer, as seen through the beach environment, which has a very appealing significance to memory, as does the use of golden light in the work. The trigger for possible memories does not end with those images. The photographs of objects, animals, and flowers feel almost tactile, as if they could be lodged in my hands during the breaking moments of a lucid dream. I wake and desire dearly to retreat to the shimmering summer scape in my dream. It is slowly dissipating, leaving me wishing I could catch one more glimpse of a deer in the park and stick my fingernail under the sun-warmed and yellowing rose-patterned wallpaper of a vaguely remembered summer home I stayed in at a younger, but not too much younger age. Instead, I am left to look down from that warmth to the darkness of oncoming autumn, the mist has set in, and the orchid petals have folded.’

 Brad Feuerhelm  | AMERICAN SUBURB X