Ik ben jou (signed)

by Milou Abel


Photographs: Milou Abel

Publisher: selfpublished

44 pages

Pictures: colour illustration throughout

Year: 2011

Comments: 20 x 24,5 cm; text in dutch, 300 copies, Dummy Award 2011

sold out

»The photographer meets the unknown woman on the street, over and over again. She senses the woman’s intensity. Eventually, the photographer asks her if it would be possible to take her photograph. When she visits her home, she is drawn into a world of rituals – and torments: the voice of a young woman full of hatred, who never stops screaming, “I am you, I am you, I am you!” The weird encounter between the photographer and the strange woman gave rise to a book concept and a dummy, composed of her own images and snapshots from past times, using a double gate fold technique to allow the right and left-hand sides of the book to be combined with each other at will. The project won this year’s Dummy Award at the 4th International Photobook Festival in Kassel. It convinced the jury not only because of the eloquent and enigmatic rendering of the story of this peculiar woman, but also because of the extraordinary design of the book. The photographer’s name is Milou Abel while the strange woman remains anonymous.« © 2011 European Photography, Berlin


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Ik ben jou (signed)

by Milou Abel


Photographs: Milou Abel

Publisher: selfpublished

44 pages

Pictures: colour illustration throughout

Year: 2011

Comments: 20 x 24,5 cm; text in dutch, 300 copies, Dummy Award 2011

sold out

»The photographer meets the unknown woman on the street, over and over again. She senses the woman’s intensity. Eventually, the photographer asks her if it would be possible to take her photograph. When she visits her home, she is drawn into a world of rituals – and torments: the voice of a young woman full of hatred, who never stops screaming, “I am you, I am you, I am you!” The weird encounter between the photographer and the strange woman gave rise to a book concept and a dummy, composed of her own images and snapshots from past times, using a double gate fold technique to allow the right and left-hand sides of the book to be combined with each other at will. The project won this year’s Dummy Award at the 4th International Photobook Festival in Kassel. It convinced the jury not only because of the eloquent and enigmatic rendering of the story of this peculiar woman, but also because of the extraordinary design of the book. The photographer’s name is Milou Abel while the strange woman remains anonymous.« © 2011 European Photography, Berlin


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A collector's choice by josefchladek.com

Ik ben jou (signed)

by Milou Abel


Photographs: Milou Abel

Publisher: selfpublished

44 pages

Pictures: colour illustration throughout

Year: 2011

Comments: 20 x 24,5 cm; text in dutch, 300 copies, Dummy Award 2011

sold out

»The photographer meets the unknown woman on the street, over and over again. She senses the woman’s intensity. Eventually, the photographer asks her if it would be possible to take her photograph. When she visits her home, she is drawn into a world of rituals – and torments: the voice of a young woman full of hatred, who never stops screaming, “I am you, I am you, I am you!” The weird encounter between the photographer and the strange woman gave rise to a book concept and a dummy, composed of her own images and snapshots from past times, using a double gate fold technique to allow the right and left-hand sides of the book to be combined with each other at will. The project won this year’s Dummy Award at the 4th International Photobook Festival in Kassel. It convinced the jury not only because of the eloquent and enigmatic rendering of the story of this peculiar woman, but also because of the extraordinary design of the book. The photographer’s name is Milou Abel while the strange woman remains anonymous.« © 2011 European Photography, Berlin


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A collector's choice by josefchladek.com