Esther Teichmann, Heavy the Sea
We have one copy of the Heavy the Sea special edition remaining. The print is of the first (main) image shown here, of a woman with beautifully long, wavy hair.
'Esther Teichmann's photographs, films and writings, picture mothers like caves, sisters like seashells, lovers like moons, tears like waterfalls. Entering the octopus darkness of Teichmann's caverns we find ingestion and emission, mother and daughter, sister and sister, black and white, lover and lover, surrealism's erotic jolt: the irritant that makes the pearl. Seashells with apertures like cameras. The womb as oceanic. Lovers as moons. Holding as withholding. Day as night.' (Transformer Station)