Originally published in 2002 by J&L Books, "OK OK OK" quickly sold out. It was described by Printed Matter as "a series of beautifully composed Polaroids. Sequenced like a dream, the nameless places and close-up abstractions...belong together but to a different time, or maybe a different world."
Jason Fulford has arranged his third collection of photographs into
eight distinct chapters that can be read as a game, a series of essays, an abstract visual narrative or all of the above. The design of the book is ...
Mike Slack follows his first book, "OK OK OK," with
a new series of 41Polaroids. Beginning with what might be an asteroid and ending with what appears to be a stray dog, this installment links architecture, geology and space ...