“This then, I thought, as I looked round about me, is the representation of history. It requires a falsification of perspective. We, the survivors, see everything from above, see everything at once, and still we do not know how it was.” — W.G. Sebald, The Rings of Saturn
As the day passes, its shadow goes by. Taken within the orbital limits of the south-east Dublin coastal suburbia of his youth, incidental objects of memory strive to resist the forensic pressure of the late Spring sun as it bears down its weight in this new, large-scale publication of photographs by Eamonn Doyle.
Edition of 250 copies 46 x 34 cm, portrait 17 images full colour cover: cast-coated black, purple pigment foils inside: 32 pages, 150gsm ivory paper, bind: Swiss, exposed thread sewn book: Niall Sweeney, Pony Ltd. print: Push, London published by D1, 2020