Dogs, Fires, Me
Dogs, Fires, Me is Diana Michener’s ballad to the light that passes through film to register a world of people and objects that speak as if in dreams. Michener’s elegiac photographs map a phenomenological world, a terrain of untilled ground where emotions accumulate in More…a story without narrative. Many images reappear in unexplained variations, particularly self-portraits which suggest that the self-contained corporeal entity is the primordial filter for all experience. In the words of the artist, . Essay by Ofer Lellouche. Clothbound, 8.5 x 10.5 in./160 pgs / 100 tritones.