By Peter Goin,Peter Friederici
In A New type of Beauty photographer Peter Goin and author Peter Friederici take on technology from the point of view of artwork, making a lyrical exploration in phrases and pictures, atmosphere Glen Canyon and Lake Powell because the critical instance of the demanding situations of perceiving position in a brand new period of radical switch. via evocative images and broad reporting, the 2 rfile their visits to the canyon kingdom over a span of decades. by way of motorboat and kayak, they've got ventured into distant corners of the once-huge reservoir to pursue profound questions: what's this position? How will we see it? what is going to it become?
Goin’s full-color images are geared up in 3 galleries—Flora and Fauna, Artifacts, and occasional Water—interspersed with 3 essays through Friederici, and an epilogue gallery on fireplace. The publication comprises foldout pictures, which enable readers to totally see Lake Powell at excessive water and coffee water points
Contemplating humanity’s position on the planet it truly is developing, Goin and Friederici ask if the uncertainties inherent in Glen Canyon usher in an unpredictable new destiny for each position. They problem us to query how we glance on the global, how we are living in it, and what the longer term will be.
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A New Form of Beauty: Glen Canyon Beyond Climate Change by Peter Goin,Peter Friederici