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Eindhovenseweg 56

Eindhovenseweg 56

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Eindhovenseweg 56
Concept and photography by Ton Grote
Design by Jeremy Jansen
Design assistant by Kimberley ter Heerdt

The stories we tell are based on our memories and the objects around us. Documenting is a form of preservation and what is preserved tells a history. These are the traces of an existence.

When the mother of photographer Ton Grote (NL)died in 2007, his father stayed behind in a large house. Their parental home where his parents lived since 1969 and he grew up with his brother and sister. Eindhovenseweg 56, a house full of memories and dreams. When his father started to clean up, Ton Grote decided to photograph all the loose items his parents owned: teapots, old cameras, power strips, glasses and a worn out football. Treasured things they grew up with and the objects his parents used: everything was recorded. The result is an extensive photo archive of more than five thousand photos, of which 2,262 made it into the book, a Spurensicherung of real and fictional events.

Eindhovenseweg 56 tells both the personal life of a family and a bigger story. An ode to the life of his parents and his youth, but also an archaeological narrative of a recent history. A voyage of discovery between dream and reality, in which the observer will recognise himself and where their own memories and lost objects are given a new life.

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Size:115 × 220 mm
Page:336 p
Language:En
Publisher:The Eriskay Connection

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