Looking at My Brother
published by Disko Bay 
Embossed printed hardcover

17 × 22,7 cm
120 pages
68 b&w and color images
Text in English by Linda Baumgartner translated by Jennifer Russell
Edition of 750
ISBN 978-87-973526-9-4  
Published 10 May 2024 

Within the last ten years, a child became a teenager, and a teenager became an adult. Skin became a photograph and light somehow evolved into a face. When I press the shutter, the viewfinder blacks out in the moment I am taking the picture. The photographic image cuts itself through time on every level. Its surgery. Like a doctor sealing a wound, with careful stitches. Like me, sealing light onto film. I have been photographing my brothers for the last ten years, watching them grow up and seeing myself growing up with them. Like an arrow that never reaches its target, carefully bending around its moment, like flesh that becomes light and wounds made out of time. – Julian Slagman

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laser printed softcover
24 pages
Edition of 1
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