VISIONAIRE 43 DREAMS
VISIONAIRE 43 DREAMS
VISIONAIRE 43 DREAMS
VISIONAIRE 43 DREAMS
VISIONAIRE 43 DREAMS
VISIONAIRE 43 DREAMS
VISIONAIRE 43 DREAMS
VISIONAIRE 43 DREAMS
VISIONAIRE 43 DREAMS
VISIONAIRE 43 DREAMS

VISIONAIRE 43 DREAMS

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43 DREAMS uses no ink. Images are rendered via a high-tech laser-cutting process in which artworks (by Simon Periton, Rachel Whiteread, and Nick Knight, among others) are literally burned into paper. Slipped into a book of multicolor foil, the resulting pages are haunting in their shadowy nature. The young girl in Adam Fuss’s photo assumes a ghostly quality, barely perceptible until the laser-cut is reflected onto the foil page. Michael Kimmelman of The New York Times wrote that the issue’s pages were “vaguely akin to holographs or old daguerrotypes, as is the implicit magic that comes with finding a face or flower, as if conjured up, out of the darkness.”