In Poems Alan Eglinton opens up his photographic practice to another way of making images. He observes everyday scenes with the naked eye and tells his life experiences, very often, with a pinch of humour. . He chooses a pen or a typewriter instead of a camera, leaving the latter to rest temporarily. “I always like discovering home anew after coming back from a foreign country”, he says.
“A short poem or haiku - its three lines are my new frame to work with. Words may capture scenes instantaneously or voice the imagemaker’s state of mind.” - Alan Eglinton
Limited Edition Artist Book
Hardback, 96 pages
19 x 24.1cm