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Infinite Power
David Brandon Geeting

Infinite Power spans the past three years of David Brandon Geeting’s photographic practice: a collection of haphazard arrangements, repurposed domesticities, and everyday peculiarities.

“The work fulfills one of photography’s longest-standing conceits: namely, that of aestheticizing the world, of finding interest in even the most ostensibly banal items and denying the very possibility of unworthy subject matter.” - Christopher Schreck

And in the artist’s own words, the book is “a complex collection of nothing.”

The book comprises of 97 color images over 128 pages enclosed in an exposed softcover binding. Each book is numbered by hand and comes in a silkscreened poly bag.

Infinite Power retails for $35 and was produced in a limited edition of 500 copies. David Brandon Geeting (b. 1989) is an American artist living and working in Brooklyn, NY. Born and raised in suburban Bethlehem, PA, he makes work by rearranging and repurposing his own domestic framework. His images reveal a world of visual possibilities that are at once eerie and endearing.

Pau Wau Publications (Brooklyn, NY) is an independent publishing house dedicated to the production of limited edition publications of contemporary photography & art.

7.5” x 10”

128pp (97 Color Plates)

16pp Selfcover

Exposed Section Sewn

Silkscreened Poly Bag

Numbered Edition of 500

1 in 3 people would rob a bank if they knew they could get away with it.

Notes

The largest bank robbery in U.S. history was in 1997 when $17.3 million in cash was stolen from a vault in Charlotte, North Carolina.

Other than the animal, the English word “pig” also refers to baked clay, or pottery.

People would often save money in pots and jars made of pig, called “pig jars”, which then evolved to “pig banks.”

Created by David Brandon Geeting.