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In her new book, photographer Anne Golaz dedicates herself to everyday life in the country – and that on the farm of her family in Agiez where she grew up. But Anne Golaz has nothing to do with country nostalgia – the book shows the raw and often dirty reality where there is seldom time for sentimentality and (self-) pity due to the physical strain. Pragmatism, profitability, efficiency and all often at the subsistence level far from any kind of neo-organic romanticism.
MACK on the new publication "Part memoir, part tableau, Corbeau is a multi-layered narrative collage tracing life and death in the rural farm on which Swiss artist Anne Golaz grew up. Made over a twelve-year period and bridging three generations, the three-part book weaves together photographs, video stills and drawings, with texts by the author, screenwriter and playwright, Antoine Jaccoud, as well as the artist’s own writings. Jaccoud reconstructs transcripts of conversations between family members and...