The moon has been a source of inspiration and imagination throughout human history. Laden with mythological and superstitious narratives, it has also been a source of speculative science fiction and surprisingly real facts. The first collaborative artists’ book by Nadine Schlieper and Robert Pufleb offers a fantastical journey through a fictitious conceptualisation of the moon. With more than 40 photographic close-ups of what are actually pancakes, this series of “cosmic landscapes” invites new discoveries and revelations. Join the space trip and witness fantastical images of mysterious, cratered moons from an unknown galaxy, all while a dawning reality creeps into perception. Published by The Eriskay Connection (Breda).
72 pages, 21 x 30 cm, softcover, The Eriskay Connection (Breda).