Kris Graves: Permanence
PERMANENCE documents the landscapes that I have visited over the past ten years around the world. I have been fortunate enough to explore cities and surrounding areas freely and with no obligations. This freedom from time has allowed me to stop and photograph whenever I find something I want to remember forever, and the images seek to evoke that sense of timelessness. Because the captured moments and places float in time, their existence is dependent on my documentation. These photographs are thus an archive of my memory.
This book also includes notes opposite the photographs that provide a description of time and place. Out of over 7,000 film frames shot between 2003 and 2012, he has chosen these 70 scenes to share.
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