The Great Grain from Painhell.

by Luca Baioni

This work has no subject nor object; there is also no difference between content and shape, no distance between the author and the viewer. All parts of the work can be connected freely with one another. Author Luca Baioni feels obliged to give the viewer this kind of freedom. Beyond every dualism and juxtaposition, the book is imbued with a high grade of connectivity.
This implies that the work’s territory can be interrupted, broken, and segmented in every given moment. Blocked, only to be loosened, and closed, only in the perspective of possible disclosures.

5.9 x 8.6 in / 15 x 22 cm
112 pages, 60 photos
Color offset
Edition of 300
Printed in Italy, 2011