Cornerkiosk press
Bjarne Bare
MAR
Cornerkiosk press 2016
18x13cm
44 pages, 20 images
Indigo print
Softcover with embossed text
Perfect bound
Designed and edited by Bjarne Bare
Edition of 250
ISBN 978-82-998640-9-1
15 euro









Ebbe Stub Wittrup
Perception Objects
Cornerkiosk press 2015
33x26,5cm
50 pages
Design: Ebbe Stub Wittrub in collaboration with Anni´s
Black/White Risoprint stapled on handpainted cardbord
Printed and bound by Officin, Copenhagen
Edition of 50 numbered books unique in a series
ISBN 978-87-997630-2-3
60 euro









Morten Torgersrud
Lumps
Cornerkiosk press 2015
24,5x16,5cm
60 pages, 24 images
Single color offset print
Hardcover
Design by Research & Development, Stockholm
Text by Espen Sommer Eide
Edition of 250 x 2
ISBN 978-82-998640-7-7 - english version
ISBN 978-87-998640-8-4 - norwegian version
25 euro

Morten Torgersrud's photographic practice has been based mostly in and around his native northern parts of Norway, but in a quite different way than we are used to from romanticized depictions of The High North. His projects can be seen as a continuation of the traditional landscape imagery, as well as a critique of the construct of national and local identity through photographic depictions. In Torgersrud's work the local characteristics are usually absent; the landscape is simultaneously both specific and generalized.

His latest project, Lumps, shows us what usually lies outside the range of the photograph; beneath the soil. The project consists of a series of photographs depicting clods of mud dug out from the landscape in The High North, the northern region of Norway bordering to the arctic region and Russia. The lumps appear as abstract sculptures - studies in form and materiality. But in light of Torgersrud recent practice they are images of specific places, though with an even greater extent than previously they seem geographically unidentifiable. Thus, they oppose the prevailing method of dealing with landscape in photography, which is often characterized by a quest for something, identity-based and authentic. In Torgersrud's view it is the actual form that is the photographs true content. In Lumps, through a formal approach to an increasingly politicized landscape - it is made visible how the photograph represents a place, while it has the capacity to draw fragments of place out of its original context.







Ola Rindal
Distance (Pictures for an Untold Story) (EDITION)
Cornerkiosk press 2014
Art direction: Madoka Rindal
29x20cm
32 pages, 20 images
4 color offset
Softcover
Saddle stitched
ISBN 978-82-998640-4-6

Includes the book and a limited edition print, signed and numbered en verso.
Inkjet print on Hahnnemuhle Photo Rag Baryta paper, 28,5x19,5cm.
Limited to 12 each.
130 euro









Forhekset Allé
Vinterbæst
Cornerkiosk press 2015
26,5x26,5cm
Vinyl EP with Inlay
Black/White Matte Print
Design by Michala Eken
Edition of 300
ISBN 978-87-997630-1-6
14 euro + 5 euro shipping

New 4-track Atmospheric Post Black Metal by Copenhagen based one man act Forhekset Allé

Pre-listening & Digital Download

... 'The whole formula used by Forhekset allé on this EP is quite interesting. The mix between black metal, post-rock, shoegaze and electronic elements delivers some very intriguing and innovative music in the metal realm.' ... Forever Cursed

'... If Godflesh made an atmospheric post-rock and black metal hybrid industrial album you would get this fine offering from Forhekset allé.' GRINDTHIEVES

...'Hailing from Denmark, Forhekset Allé (Danish for "Bewitched Avenue") released this EP just a few weeks ago but its made an impression on me as one of the best things I've heard yet this year. Symphonic elements are nothing new to black metal but Forhekset allé have done it really strangely by having it clash back and forth with frantically fast pieces of lo-fi, raw black metal with very crispy high noted keyboard segments and strange voice sampling.' FUCKED BY NOISE







Emil Salto
One Hand, and the Other
Cornerkiosk press 2014
19x14,5cm
28 pages, 28 images
Black/White Risoprint, Handmade at Officin, Copenhagen
Japanese Binding
Design by Kristoffer Li
Edition of 100
Hand numbered
ISBN 978-87-997630-0-9
29 euro

There's a hand and there's another and then there is the other.
Echoes of year-old sunlight exposing hand gestures, a soft shadow against changing background, and a brilliant rectangle entering the frame and fixating the narrative.






Bjarne Bare
Cropping the Ocean
Cornerkiosk press 2014
18x13cm
48 pages, 22 images
Single color offset
Softcover with embossed text
Perfect bound
Design by René Josdal
Edition of 250
ISBN 978-82-998640-5-3
16 euro

Cropping the Ocean is a book made out of a single negative containing an image of a splashing wave. By cropping the negative and making several new images from the initial one, the works create room for a stronger depiction of the force of the ocean, thus exploring the potential of the single images body through repetition.






Bjarne Bare
Grapnel Grapple
Cornerkiosk press 2014
18x13cm
48 pages, 23 images
4 color offset
Softcover with embossed text
Perfect bound
Design by René Josdal
Edition of 250
ISBN 978-82-998640-3-9
16 euro

Grapnel Grapple consists of a series of images of a grapnel distracted by a piece of rope mimicking movement, functioning as an allegory of the moving ocean. The rather mundane object - set in a classic photographic setting - is standing still while the sunlit rope moves in front of the camera corrupting the protagonist.








Ola Rindal
Distance (Pictures for an Untold Story)
Cornerkiosk press 2014
Art direction: Madoka Rindal
29x20cm
32 pages, 20 images
4 color offset
Softcover
Saddle stitched
Edition of 400
ISBN 978-82-998640-4-6
22 euro

Distance (Pictures for an Untold Story) is the third in Ola Rindal's series of books for Cornerkiosk press since 2012. As it's forerunners it is the product of Rindal's experiments with photography, texture, exposure and light. The obvious playfulness in the technique Rindal has chosen for his particular subjects points to a school of photography, where the end result is about exploring a glance, and pushing the boundaries of its terms. Rindal explores the fugitive, the mysterious and invisible in his imagery. In Distance we are invited in with Rindal in his family village of FÃ¥vang, Norway, located in the vicinity of the Norwegian mountains, in a three hour drive from Oslo.






Ola Rindal
Blindness (Pictures for another untold story)
Cornerkiosk press 2013
Art direction: Madoka Rindal
29x20cm
32 pages, 19 images
4 color offset
Softcover
Saddle stitched
Edition of 400
ISBN 978-82-998640-2-2
Sold out

Blindness (Pictures for another untold story) follows up Ola Rindal's previous book titled Invisible (Pictures for an untold story) from 2012. The obvious playfulness in the technique Rindal has chosen for his particular subjects points to a school of photography, where the end result is about exploring a glance, and pushing the boundaries of its terms. Rindal explores the fugitive, the mysterious and invisible in his imagery.

Blindness brings the viewer further in to Rindal's world of imagery and is complied of recent images from France and Norway.






Ola Rindal
Invisible (Pictures for an untold story)
Cornerkiosk press 2012
Art direction: Madoka Rindal
29x20cm
32 pages, 21 images
4 color offset
Softcover
Saddle stitched
Edition of 400
ISBN 978-82-998640-1-5
Sold out

The uncertainty of Ola Rindal's images grasps the viewer and lures one in to a world of photography free from the notion of instant narrative and representation.

Invisible (Pictures for an untold story) is the product of Rindal's experiments with film, texture, exposure and light. The obvious playfulness in the technique Rindal has chosen for his particular subjects points to a school of photography, where the end result is about exploring a glance, and pushing the boundaries of its terms. Rindal explores the fugitive, the mysterious and invisible in his imagery.

The images for the book have an emphasis on his childhood village of FÃ¥vang, Norway, where Ola Rindal makes up his base when escaping his home in Paris.






Bjarne Bare
Hose Variations
Studies from Los Angeles and elsewhere
Cornerkiosk press 2011
26x19cm
40 pages, 27 images
4 color offset
Softcover with embossed text
Perfect bound
Edition of 500
ISBN 978-82-998640-0-8
19 euro

Synopsis: How one keeps one's garden hose is a visible, though commonly overlooked, sign of one's moral attitude towards the social whole. Often communal property, easily tangled and damaged through neglect, a well-coiled hose shows one's consideration for the next user and the proper functioning of the group. This beautifully printed book contains twenty-seven examples, taken from the backyards and sidewalks of Los Angeles, Oslo, and Buenos Aires. The hoses, wound and unwound, are at a once an exploration into the variations of coiled form and color, and provide a somehow intimate profile of the absent user.
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