“Somehow I find that making books is like composing music: Every element has to fall into the right place at the right moment, building a visual dialogue between images,” D’Agostin continues. “Every photograph has to stand on its own, and at the same time coexist with the ones before and after it. The great composer Arvo Pärt once said that he composes so that every blade of grass would be as important as a flower. In a way, that’s how I try to approach a new book.”
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“Somehow I find that making books is like composing music: Every element has to fall into the right place at the right moment, building a visual dialogue between images,” D’Agostin continues. “Every photograph has to stand on its own, and at the same time coexist with the ones before and after it. The great composer Arvo Pärt once said that he composes so that every blade of grass would be as important as a flower. In a way, that’s how I try to approach a new book.”