reAPPEARANCES is a sequence of fifty-two photographs that takes the viewer on a journey through the uncanny
coherence of the look of the world.
Shot using a small digital toy camera with a plastic lens, this series includes photographs taken in a number of countries and cities, and this variety of locations makes even more apparent the serendipitous connections between different places and cultures. The series is replete with numerous iconic sites and symbols, from the Empire State Building and Tower of Pisa, to Marilyn Monroe, baseball, gondolas, and drive-thru wedding chapels.
The book begins with the poem “Eyes” by Ken Lauter and is followed by an introductory essay written by
"Stang's surrealistic view of the world is shaped into an aesthetic beauty of uncanny coherences- yet through a low-tech plastic lens." Dickson Beall, West End Word
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