What is home? What can it mean? How do you show it?
Home can mean stability, comfort and sanctuary. Home can also be a stage where drama is played out.
HOME, by Timothy Archibald, begins with a rainbow. In the pages that follow we see his children dig a hole, appear and disappear, fall down and rise up.
Photographed during the dissolution of his marriage, HOME looks at presence and absence; it considers what is constant and how things change. It shows us that home, after all, is not really a place but a feeling.
A melancholy meditation in a minor key, HOME asks more questions than it answers.
Softcover, 8.5 x 8.5 inches, 56 pages including 42 photographs. Each copy comes with a tipped in, original, signed and numbered print. Edition of 120.
Available for pre-order (delivery expected mid November).
Price in US$. Shipping in Canada is $4. Shipping to the USA only US$8 and to the rest of the world only US$15, will be added at the checkout. Taxes will be added at the checkout for all Canadian deliveries.