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Laisse (rejet apparent)
An essay by Nathanaël, in French. "The crossing of a room on the point of a repetitive departure. Like a precisely jostled geography. With a single impulse, a phrase that says both the door and the landing, the insoluble crossing of a limit unceasingly denounced and which makes the verb decline be with a brutality that belongs to its secret - to its apparent rejection. Leaves: if it is a photograph it is documentary only by reprieve, by the exhaustion which makes remount the walls of a city in their only idea."--From the publishers.
91 pages ; illustrations ; 17 x 13 cm.
French-Canadian literature--21st centuryFrench-Canadian literature--20th centuryExperimental fictionFrench-Canadian fictionArtists' books
artists' books (books)
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The original object was photographed with a NIKON D810 digital camera at 300 ppi as a camera raw file (NEF). The NEF file was then converted to the TIFF format in Adobe Photoshop.