Icelandscape One

... 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
  • Hardcover
  • Dimensions: 8⅜" x 10½" (213mm x 268mm)
  • Printed on heavyweight and luxurious Hahnemuhle Photo Rag paper
  • Hand-bound by the artist
  • Unique Edition © 2021