The book seeks to embody Margaret’s highly poetic and emotional aesthetics in photography and turn it into a photobook, or rather an artist’s book. The book is a sensual experience – its elongated form, softness, weight, papers’ various structures, folds and even its sound is telling the story.
Humanity has become unbound from the very elements that made our being possible. We lost it in our journey to ever more, ever faster, ever bigger. Reconnecting requires to become unbound from the frames of our doing as they hinder us from life lived in oneness with Nature.
Therefore Polaroids as framed images have become unbound from their recognisable white to illustrate the need for new frames of thinking. Words have been arranged to reflect on our bond with Nature and design re-iterates the various roads we need to travel to recreate our bond.