MIKA HORIE - TREES WATER AND LIGHT
MIKA HORIE - TREES WATER AND LIGHT
MIKA HORIE - TREES WATER AND LIGHT
MIKA HORIE - TREES WATER AND LIGHT
MIKA HORIE - TREES WATER AND LIGHT
MIKA HORIE - TREES WATER AND LIGHT
MIKA HORIE - TREES WATER AND LIGHT

MIKA HORIE - TREES WATER AND LIGHT

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MIKA HORIE
TREES WATER AND LIGHT

Published by the(M) éditions & IBASHO, 2022
Book size 24 x 170 cm
Softcover

120 pages
Design from Akiko Wakabayashi and printed by RobStolk

ISBN: 979-10-95424-30-7


Limited edition of 300 signed and numbered copies with an original cianotype print.

 

 

The title of the book : "Trees, Water and Light", refers to the main elements used by Mika Horie to create his cyanotypes. Cyanotype is a photographic technique using the photosensitivity of iron salts. Mika Horie's prints are all different, even when showing the same image, due to the ever-changing sunlight, and the peculiarities of the artist's handmade paper.

This singularity is underlined in the book. Each copy has its own original cyanotype. Each book is therefore unique.

 

“Have you ever had feelings of relaxation, meditation and opening your mind when you see the clouds in the sky or the sea? Have you ever seen the blue earth in arial photos?

Water, sky - the natural objects we live in that are concentrated in blue...

Blue has the effect of escaping from time and material possessions that floats past, present and future. I believe this is the only colour that allows you to escape from yourself and enter your world of poetry and the memories deep down in your heart.”

Mika Horie

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Le titre du livre, Trees, Water and Light, fait référence aux principaux éléments utilisés par Mika Horie pour créer ses cyanotypes. Le cyanotype est une technique photographique utilisant la photosensibilité des sels de fer. Les tirages de Mika Horie sont tous différents, même lorsqu'ils montrent la même image, du fait de la lumière du soleil en constante évolution, et des particularités du papier fait main par l’artiste.

Cette singularité est soulignée dans le livre. Chaque exemplaire possède son propre cyanotype original. Chaque livre est donc unique.