The Moiré Effect
In 2002, literary scholar Lytle Shaw was dispatched to Zurich to investigate the life and work of Ernst Moiré—a mysterious Swiss photographer who often seems more like a phantasm than the flesh-and-blood figure who will forever be remembered as the inadvertent inventor of the blur that bears his name. What he discovered became the puzzling narrative The Moiré Effect.
Published by Bookhorse / Cabinet, 2016
Design by Lex Trüb
Literature / Cultural Studies