[SOLD OUT!] MI-YEON HANDMADE PHOTOBOOK “I AND THOU”

SOLD OUT! Mi-Yeon’s handmade photobook “I AND THOU” is now available to take your orders.

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This photobook was produced with inspiration from Martin Buber’s I and Thou, and Eastern philosophy.

Photography, Text and Binding  : © Mi-Yeon, 2015
Editorial coordination and Art direction : Yumi Goto, Jan Rosseel
Translation : Pamela Miki
In collaboration with Reminders Photography Stronghold 2015 / 2015 HANDMADE PHOTOBOOK WORKSHOP “STAPLES AND STITCHES
“I AND THOU” has been shortlisted The Unseen Dummy Award and Self Publishing PHOTOLUX Award 2105

MI-YEON HANDMADE PHOTOBOOK “I AND THOU” IS NOW AVAILBLE! from REMINDERS PHOTOGRAPHY STRONGHOLD on Vimeo.

*72 editions only (Signed and numbered edition) SOLD OUT
*86 pages (210x293mm), all archival pigment digital print.
*Price: 12,000 JPY
*Shipping fee to all destinations outside Japan: 2,500 JPY via JAPAN POSTAL SERVICE E-PACKET.
*Book will be made to order by the author. Each order will be shipped upon completion of the handmade production. You’ll be notified when it’s shipped by the Japan Postal Service.

Two copies or more, kindly write to stronghold@reminders-project.org

You may be also interested in her self-publishing book “Alone Together” If so, place your order from here.
http://reminders-project.org/rps/alonetogethersaleen/

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When I was little, I thought the only “I” in the world, was me.
On reaching primary school and finding myself surrounded by other children of the same age, I was astounded to notice one day that a friend I’d made also thought of herself as “I,” and possessed her own “my world” of which she was the center. From that day on, doubt about what “I” actually means was planted in my mind.
This series is the experimental ongoing project, and was produced with inspiration from Martin Buber’s I and Thou, and Eastern philosophy.