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'Sign of Life' documents two abandoned diamond mining towns, Kolmanskop and Elizabeth Bay in south western Namibia; both towns are slowly being buried by the constantly shifting sands of the surrounding Namib Desert.
The award winning photographer Christopher Rimmer employs the town’s decaying buildings as a visual metaphor to explore the tragedy of lost significance and the ultimate futility of human endeavour.
Christopher RIMMER (1963 - )'Sign of Life 11' 2014Archival pigment print on paperEdition of 20Image Size: 40 x 30 cm OR 73 x 55 cm OR 120 x 84 cm Framed Dimensions: 69 x 55 x 3 cmSigned: Signed, titled and editioned in marginComes with Letter of Provenance
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