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Doug’s Cabin is a photo book that takes us in the footsteps of Doug, a man who has lived in the forests of Vancouver Island (CA) for 47 years. Karianne Bueno met him at his campsite in 2010 and was fascinated by his life in such a remote world. She always dreamed of a life away from society, and decided to visit Doug again with her camera two years later.
Over the years, Bueno’s tangible photography project about life away from society has turned into a labyrinth of stories and legends, through multiple layers of time, like the jungle itself. With quiet suffocating photographs, diary fragments and found footage, he takes us deeper into the forest, away from our fast-paced society, to ask ourselves: do we really have control over our lives?
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Karianne Bueno, Doug’s Cabin
The Eriskay Connection
2019, First edition/700 copie
Design by René Put, Brigitte Gootink
Lithographs by Marc Gijzen
19 x 30 cm
192 pages, colored photographs, litographs, softcover