• Image of BADLANDS | Andrew Schroeder | Photographs
  • Image of BADLANDS | Andrew Schroeder | Photographs
  • Image of BADLANDS | Andrew Schroeder | Photographs
  • Image of BADLANDS | Andrew Schroeder | Photographs
  • Image of BADLANDS | Andrew Schroeder | Photographs

Pre-order now. BADLANDS, part of the delayed late-2015 MIEL list, ships in February 2016. You will receive an order once your book has shipped. 2015 subscribers, your books will go out in the second week of February.

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From the editor's introduction:

"In BADLANDS, Schroeder’s photographs of empty and seemingly empty and presumed-to-be-empty-but-really-not-empty spaces (including the eponymous holy territory that is now held by South Dakota) also enact Keats’ valuing of doubt, question, mystery. What are these spaces for, the photographs seem to ask. What do they withhold from us? How can we know them? The photographs refuse ‘knowing’ as a rubric, to some extent, leaving us with the strangeness of objects-as-themselves.

"Schroeder’s eye is intent on refocusing: a landscape photograph appears to be deserted, until the tiny upright bodies of tourists appear, marking it both occupied (in several senses) and immense. His photographs ask us to reconsider what is important, what is significant, and what is visible. They say, you think you see the important thing here, but you don’t. Look again. This is Schroeder’s “being in uncertainty”."

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BADLANDS: Photographs by Andrew Schroeder
With essays by Patricia Healy McMeans and Jan Estep, and an introduction by Éireann Lorsung
32 pp., full color throughout
Letterpress-printed cover on Rives BFK white
Edition of 150, numbered.
Cover printed by Tom Jessen of Foxglove Press in Temple, Maine (US)
Inners printed by Alfabet Drukkerij in Ghent, Belgium

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