Sibylle Eimermacher (DE) has now lived in the Netherlands for over twenty years. A few years ago, her eyes fell upon the reds, browns and purples of granite and porphyry found on sandy Dutch terrains. Researching these glacial erratics, she was pointed to two regions: the province of Dalarna in Sweden and the Åland archipelago in Finland. Her urge to travel up north was reawakened. A Guide Through Hue leads the viewer to where the rocks lay bare, to the open veins that pigment the landscape and guide the eye through 900 images attuned to the hue. Leaving behind their native Scandinavian bedrock, the rocks gradually spread and finally fade into the Dutch flatlands; ignoring cultural borders as well as natural boundaries. What can be seen as representatives of a migratory, homeless state of being, can be experienced on the other hand as interconnectedness and surrender to the universal condition of constant change.
| 222 × 297 mm | 400 p | EN | offset | softcover