D. Augschöll, Far Well Fany Stix
From 23rd May to 29th June 2014

Year 2014
D. Augschöll, Far Well Fany Stix
D. Augschöll, Far Well Fany Stix
D. Augschöll, Far Well Fany Stix
D. Augschöll, Far Well Fany Stix
D. Augschöll, Far Well Fany Stix
D. Augschöll, Far Well Fany Stix
D. Augschöll, Far Well Fany Stix
D. Augschöll, Far Well Fany Stix
D. Augschöll, Far Well Fany Stix
D. Augschöll, Far Well Fany Stix
D. Augschöll, Far Well Fany Stix
D. Augschöll, Far Well Fany Stix

Far Well Fany Stix is a project by Daniel Augschöll that investigates an industrial area located at the border between Italy and Austria. The project tells the story of a place connected to the people who live there, those who have just spent time there, and those who have passed through. This is a place where the border between past and present slowly evaporates. All that remains is an image, a memory, made of something immaterial and in constant change.

FWFS
Publication conceived on the occasion of the exhibition "Far Well Fany Stix" by Daniel Augschöll in collaboration with Multiplo.
The publication is composed of 4 elements:

Havana envelope
Letterpressed and stamped, signed and numbered by the artist
21 + 1 variations with the name of places
Photobook FWFS
13 x 18 cm, 80 pages
Risograph print 1/1
Special edition (1–21 + 1 AP) out of 100, signed and numbered
FWFS (Dicembre)
18 x 26 cm, 6 pages
Risograph Print 1/0 + rubber stamp
Edition of 21 + 1 AP
Set of 3 silver gelatin prints
12,7 x 17,8 cm
Edition of 21+1 AP in two variations

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Daniel Augschöll was born in a small town in the middle of the Alps. After graduating in Visual Arts at the IUAV University in Venice he moved to Berlin, where he studied photography at the Ostkreuzschule für Fotografie. His latest project Far Well Fany Stix has been exhibited in multiple venues in Europe and the accompanying publication FWFS has been presented at Le Bal in Paris and at Osservatorio Fotografico in Ravenna (Italy) among others. He is currently working on the second chapter of the book Far Well Fany Stix.
Together with Anya Jasbar he is also co-founder and editor of Ahorn Magazine, an online publication dedicated to contemporary photography.

www.danielaugschoell.com