Book ReviewPicturing the Invisible: SeanceWhat else can photography uncover besides what is physically present in front of the lens? This 16-year project has criss-crossed the globe exploring the mystical, otherwordly beliefs of the Spiritualist community.Read More
Picturing the Invisible: Seance
What else can photography uncover besides what is physically present in front of the lens? This 16-year project has criss-crossed the globe exploring the mystical, otherwordly beliefs of the Spiritualist community.
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There is No Ark
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For Birds’ Sake
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Look Twice, then Again and Again
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