Rivers Forgotten by Jeremy KaiRivers Forgotten by Jeremy Kai

Rivers Forgotten

byJeremy KaiForeword byMichael Cook

Paperback | December 11, 2011

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Beneath the streets of cities lie networks of hidden water features, sewers and storm drains, which go unobserved by the general public. Jeremy Kai's underground photography explores these buried vistas, as well as the concepts of urban watersheds and the methods in which cities and their populations interact with them.
Jeremy Kai is a Toronto-based photographer. He attended the Ontario College of Art and Design in the heart of downtown, and it was here that he became exposed to the multi-layered, multi-sensory character of the busy streets and began to discover the abandoned structures and forgotten waterways of the city. Rivers Forgotten is his firs...
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Title:Rivers ForgottenFormat:PaperbackDimensions:72 pages, 8 × 10 × 0.24 inPublished:December 11, 2011Publisher:Koyama PressLanguage:English

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ISBN - 10:0986873950

ISBN - 13:9780986873959

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Kai manages to capture some astoundingly breathtaking images of vast, immense tunnels and other structures. Kai's work shines a literal light on the hidden world that lies underneath much of our urban world and I was surprisingly grateful for the tour." - Chris Mautner, Comic Book Resources"I've always wondered what occurs below us, under the streets and sidewalks, while we're focused on what's happening on the surface of our lives. Photographer Jeremy Kai shows us what lies beneath: Limitless awe and beauty. Kai went on a journey through the passages of underground waterways that lie below cities, and showcases these marvellous landscapes and unexpected life in his beautiful book, Rivers Forgotten. The tome is published by Koyama Press, whose mandate is to promote and support emerging and established artists." - Beatriz Juarez, Elle Canada"