Montagna Puella Bella

Type: Editorial Design
Year: 2009

The images of the mountains are not only the product of a long history of desire, greed and utopia, but also of fear and periods of terror. The most crucial aspect has always been the perception. Not what people saw, but how it inspired them to write poems and paint pictures or feel fear. The mountains were always there, always the same, either "beautiful" or otherwise, the only thing that changed were people's attitudes towards them—and how it was transferred to visual communication—experience affects perception.
The index of the book is also available as interactivedatabase.

132 pages. 20x29.7cm. Stitched binding.