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This set of twelve photographs, which forms part of Eliasson’s photographic atlas of Iceland, focuses on an individual object – a single rock, documented from all sides. While most of the series in this atlas aim to create typologies of phenomena like glaciers, volcanoes, or shelters, some, like the The large glacier surfer, explore a particular phenomenon or location in detail, as a succession of moments.

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12 b/w prints