Push Process

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VENICE, 2000. Richard is a postgraduate student living in the city to research its past. He's supposed to be working in the archive, but he meets two art students who are more interested in Venice's present. He decides to pick up a camera and join them. The world comes alive for Richard through photographs: for the first time, he belongs.
'More speed, more light, more time.
But this is the fastest possible film, pushed as hard as it can be pushed; the lens wide open to catch every drop of brightness; the slow exposure shaking the image apart. Right up at the edge.
Go farther, closer.'

VENICE, 2000.

Richard is a postgraduate student living in the city to research its past. He's supposed to be working in the archive, but he meets Merlo and Lars, two art students who are more interested in Venice's present. He decides to pick up a camera and join them.

The world comes alive for Richard through photographs: for the first time, he feels connected to a place - and other people. He's determined to continue, whatever the cost.

Push Process is a novel about art, friendship and being European, illustrated with over fifty black-and-white photographs of Venice.
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Weight 0.000000
Author Walker, Jonathan
Availability IP
Department Literature
Format Paperback
ISBN 9781838388782
Pages 224
Published 06/03/2024
Publisher Ortac Press
Section Literature
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