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Thoughts of a Night Sea

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24 x 28 cm, casebound, 56 pages,  full colour,

ISBN 978-1-85894-222-3. Published Merrell, 2005.

Signed copy.

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Thoughts of the Night Sea marks a return to the emotional and physical territory of Fabian Miller’s celebrated early series ‘The Sea Horizon’, although unlike those camera-based images the horizon here is not a real one. It is a marriage of sea and sky born in his imagination and conjured in the darkroom: a subtly changing sequence that looks back to the seascapes of J.M.W. Turner and forward to the lightscapes of James Turrell. This powerful and poetic group of pictures has prompted writer Lavinia Greenlaw’s meditations on Fabian Miller’s imaginary world, and their collaboration on this publication has given rise to a book that is equally a celebration of Fabian Miller’s work and an artwork itself. Lavinia Greenlaw has published four collections of poetry, most recently The Casual Perfect (Faber 2011) and has been shortlisted for the T.S. Eliot, Forward and Whitbread Poetry Prizes.       

 

Designed by Peter Willberg.

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Thoughts of a Night Sea

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24 x 28 cm, casebound, 56 pages,  full colour,

ISBN 978-1-85894-222-3. Published Merrell, 2005.

Signed copy.

£25.00Buy now

Thoughts of the Night Sea marks a return to the emotional and physical territory of Fabian Miller’s celebrated early series ‘The Sea Horizon’, although unlike those camera-based images the horizon here is not a real one. It is a marriage of sea and sky born in his imagination and conjured in the darkroom: a subtly changing sequence that looks back to the seascapes of J.M.W. Turner and forward to the lightscapes of James Turrell. This powerful and poetic group of pictures has prompted writer Lavinia Greenlaw’s meditations on Fabian Miller’s imaginary world, and their collaboration on this publication has given rise to a book that is equally a celebration of Fabian Miller’s work and an artwork itself. Lavinia Greenlaw has published four collections of poetry, most recently The Casual Perfect (Faber 2011) and has been shortlisted for the T.S. Eliot, Forward and Whitbread Poetry Prizes.       

 

Designed by Peter Willberg.

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Thoughts of a Night Sea

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24 x 28 cm, casebound, 56 pages,  full colour,

ISBN 978-1-85894-222-3. Published Merrell, 2005.

Signed copy.

£25.00Buy now

Thoughts of the Night Sea marks a return to the emotional and physical territory of Fabian Miller’s celebrated early series ‘The Sea Horizon’, although unlike those camera-based images the horizon here is not a real one. It is a marriage of sea and sky born in his imagination and conjured in the darkroom: a subtly changing sequence that looks back to the seascapes of J.M.W. Turner and forward to the lightscapes of James Turrell. This powerful and poetic group of pictures has prompted writer Lavinia Greenlaw’s meditations on Fabian Miller’s imaginary world, and their collaboration on this publication has given rise to a book that is equally a celebration of Fabian Miller’s work and an artwork itself. Lavinia Greenlaw has published four collections of poetry, most recently The Casual Perfect (Faber 2011) and has been shortlisted for the T.S. Eliot, Forward and Whitbread Poetry Prizes.       

 

Designed by Peter Willberg.

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Thoughts of a Night Sea

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24 x 28 cm, casebound, 56 pages,  full colour,

ISBN 978-1-85894-222-3. Published Merrell, 2005.

Signed copy.

£25.00Buy now

Thoughts of the Night Sea marks a return to the emotional and physical territory of Fabian Miller’s celebrated early series ‘The Sea Horizon’, although unlike those camera-based images the horizon here is not a real one. It is a marriage of sea and sky born in his imagination and conjured in the darkroom: a subtly changing sequence that looks back to the seascapes of J.M.W. Turner and forward to the lightscapes of James Turrell. This powerful and poetic group of pictures has prompted writer Lavinia Greenlaw’s meditations on Fabian Miller’s imaginary world, and their collaboration on this publication has given rise to a book that is equally a celebration of Fabian Miller’s work and an artwork itself. Lavinia Greenlaw has published four collections of poetry, most recently The Casual Perfect (Faber 2011) and has been shortlisted for the T.S. Eliot, Forward and Whitbread Poetry Prizes.       

 

Designed by Peter Willberg.

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Thoughts of a Night Sea

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24 x 28 cm, casebound, 56 pages,  full colour,

ISBN 978-1-85894-222-3. Published Merrell, 2005.

Signed copy.

£25.00Buy now

Thoughts of the Night Sea marks a return to the emotional and physical territory of Fabian Miller’s celebrated early series ‘The Sea Horizon’, although unlike those camera-based images the horizon here is not a real one. It is a marriage of sea and sky born in his imagination and conjured in the darkroom: a subtly changing sequence that looks back to the seascapes of J.M.W. Turner and forward to the lightscapes of James Turrell. This powerful and poetic group of pictures has prompted writer Lavinia Greenlaw’s meditations on Fabian Miller’s imaginary world, and their collaboration on this publication has given rise to a book that is equally a celebration of Fabian Miller’s work and an artwork itself. Lavinia Greenlaw has published four collections of poetry, most recently The Casual Perfect (Faber 2011) and has been shortlisted for the T.S. Eliot, Forward and Whitbread Poetry Prizes.       

 

Designed by Peter Willberg.

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Thoughts of a Night Sea

Read more

24 x 28 cm, casebound, 56 pages,  full colour,

ISBN 978-1-85894-222-3. Published Merrell, 2005.

Signed copy.

£25.00Buy now

Thoughts of the Night Sea marks a return to the emotional and physical territory of Fabian Miller’s celebrated early series ‘The Sea Horizon’, although unlike those camera-based images the horizon here is not a real one. It is a marriage of sea and sky born in his imagination and conjured in the darkroom: a subtly changing sequence that looks back to the seascapes of J.M.W. Turner and forward to the lightscapes of James Turrell. This powerful and poetic group of pictures has prompted writer Lavinia Greenlaw’s meditations on Fabian Miller’s imaginary world, and their collaboration on this publication has given rise to a book that is equally a celebration of Fabian Miller’s work and an artwork itself. Lavinia Greenlaw has published four collections of poetry, most recently The Casual Perfect (Faber 2011) and has been shortlisted for the T.S. Eliot, Forward and Whitbread Poetry Prizes.       

 

Designed by Peter Willberg.

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