A spread from D'Agostin's latest book, Etna, featuring the poem “Sequenza e Fuga” by Luigi Cerantola. He visited Mount Etna with his girlfriend in 2012. “We spent hours walking around this incredible black desert,” he says. “Differently from how I shoot in a city context, where I compress layers, on the Etna I worked on distance and extension. Matter and texture became a strong part of the visual experience, with smoke and clouds wrapping up tourists that were walking around or moving around the surface in little vans, like explorers of a remote planet.”
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A spread from D'Agostin's latest book, Etna, featuring the poem “Sequenza e Fuga” by Luigi Cerantola. He visited Mount Etna with his girlfriend in 2012. “We spent hours walking around this incredible black desert,” he says. “Differently from how I shoot in a city context, where I compress layers, on the Etna I worked on distance and extension. Matter and texture became a strong part of the visual experience, with smoke and clouds wrapping up tourists that were walking around or moving around the surface in little vans, like explorers of a remote planet.”