Over time, it’s about finding a relationship, a balance between text and image, then finding the right alchemy of format, paper and ink to showcase them. That’s what I’m looking for in all my books, ones that serve the original archives while shedding light on contemporary knowledge. The material of the image in the book helps understand the latter
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