... action and condition, movement and stasis, object and idea, are but surface aspects of one underlying reality.
—Arvin, Newton. Herman Melville. Viking Press, 1957., p.165
This quote, from a review of Moby Dick, reflects the active landscape of Iceland, its relative newness a classroom for how a landscape is formed. The oldest parts of Iceland are 16 million years (compared to 750 million years for North America). At its newest only a few months, where lava flowed into the Geldingadalur valley.
- 96 pages
- Dimensions: 8⅜" x 10½" (213mm x 268mm)
- Printed on heavyweight and luxurious Hahnemuhle Photo Rag paper
- Hand-bound by the artist
- Unique Edition © 2021