Format: Hardback | 96 pages
Dimensions: 240 x 210 x 10mm | 410g
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To those who are not directly affected, the event of a typhoon brings all kind of reactions based on traditional media news coverage and common sense.
These narratives tell very little, though, about your guts and bones feeling that a storm is approaching, or the quiet serenity that precedes a furious storm. Tom Kondrat has lived in Taiwan and pictured several typhoons before they arrive: in his work, this strange peacefulness is translated into colour and composition. Additional material on the typhoons, such as their trajectories and part of the media news coverage, help to build a wholesome narrative on these tropical storms.