SUNSTRUCK contains archival photographs and writing triangulating land and seasickness, the horizon line, and the language of distance and desire. Including a 1000-word essay, 49 figures from 1916-2018, and notes on provenance, SUNSTRUCK, engages the physiological nature of disorientation while calling into question the mutability of time, photography, and sight.
Digital-offset printed with softcover and essay insert, 11.5 in. x 8.25 in., edition 100.
Printed by Opero.
Published by Seaton Street Press.