Atsuko Murano Abalos / THE LONGEST DIALOGUE
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Atsuko Murano Abalos / THE LONGEST DIALOGUE

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THE LONGEST DIALOGUE Photo Zine. Limited Edition of 30. Soft Cover, Color and Black & White, 167mm x257mm, P 84, 2020 For international customers outside of Japan, please contact us via email at assignments.tokyo@gmail.com, and we will make arrangements for the international shipping of your purchase. *VABF期間にご購入くださった方は日本国内の送料は無料とさせていただきます。 かつて世界一の長さを誇ったイギリス・ヨークシャー地方にあるハンバー橋と、その記録を破った日本の明石海峡大橋。橋の始点と終点である4つの町を歩き、橋について思索した作品。 VABFでは「対話」という要素から橋を考え、編集し制作したPhoto Zine を販売する。 “THE LONGEST DIALOGUE” explores the impressions large bridges have to itself, to the people living near it, or people looking from afar. Through photography, we see the dialogue and connections that two suspension bridges, the Humber Bridge, UK, and the Akashi Kaikyo Bridge, Japan, create. When the Humber Bridge was first opened in 1981, is was a source of national pride, as it held the record as the world’s longest single-span suspension bridge for 17 years, up until it was broken by the Akashi Kaikyo Bridge in 1998. Both bridges have rich histories ingenuity and perseverance, showing the two bridges’ destinies intertwined, and connects to their close environment and people. The dialogues explored may have started with how the two bridges are connected, but it continues on with how much more connectedness can be found between the people, animals, and structures that use and exist alongside them. Even going further, it ponders the question: “Where can similar connections or dialogues be found in other parts of the world?” Bridges have the inherent purpose of bringing people and things further than previously possible. In the same way, this project also hopes to explore how much farther these “unseen” dialogues and connections can reach. Atsuko Murano Abalos http://www.abalos-murano.com