“To my mind, Wild Place is a narrative of situational discovery. Not a coming-out story, but a pre-coming-out exploration imbued with a sense of danger, anticipation, anonymity, and desire, laced perhaps with a touch of guilt. […] it’s the intentional absence of narrative resolution, defined by a palpable sense of the enigmatic that keeps these images firmly planted in my mind.”
Extract of the afterword by Hal Fischer
Daniel Rampulla’s “Wild Place” is a series of photographs that builds an exploration of youth and queerness. These enigmatic images assemble through a series of noir-outdoor portraits, a personal and voyeuristic vision of intimacy.
Three different covers are available, glued over a beautiful Fedrigoni pearl black paper.