The Spanish translation of my book Egress has just been published by the wonderful people at Caja Negra Editora.
Their catalogue is amazing, and it is a real honour to be published alongside so many books that have had a really profound influence on me over the years. (Beyond the obvious Fisher collection, Derek Jarman’s Modern Nature, Kodwo Eshun’s More Brilliant than the Sun and David Toop’s Ocean of Sound are three books I’d insist anyone buy; it is company I am truly unworthy of.)
The book has been translated by Matheus Calderón Torres — which means we have a blood bond now, I think — and the rest of the team have done a wonderful job reproducing my photographs. There are even a couple of additional footnotes in this edition to add further context where necessary. The reception so far has been humbling from those who have read it — you can read Matheus’ original review here — and I am looking forward to talking to Spanish readers about it in more detail in the New Year.
For more information, to read the introduction, and to buy the book, head over on the Caja Negra website.