*This title is on pre-sale
Softcover with die-cut dust jacket
138 pages, 8 in. x 10 in.
MoonFace is a visitation into a collapsing mind. It’s a negotiation with a memory thief—it is a quest into abstraction where we may find ourselves, our thoughts, and our history.
The images shared here by Christian Letts allow for individual reflection. Regardless of how this wordless novel presents itself to each viewer, the series of monochromatic images featured in MoonFace will unite their experiences through the reduction of the color palette, the stillness of thought, and the curiosity of what lays within.
MoonFace questions the linear function of memory, and explores its maze with new brighter eyes. Memory and its construction are themes Letts often explores. With this project, he has an agenda—illumination from the dark, sound from silence, and love from loss. This, his newest chapter, closes the last.
Christian Letts, born in 1978 in London, England, resides and works in Los Angeles, California. He has exhibited at Dilettante Gallery, and has shown solo exhibitions at 5 pop-up galleries in Los Angeles. The past decade has been spent recording and touring with Edward Sharpe and The Magnetic Zeros.