About this publication

In September 2001, the artist Graham Gussin undertook a journey to a place called Askja, in what is known as the ‘lunar desert’ of Iceland. As Gussin was traveling through this remote and featureless but strangely beautiful landscape, a remote viewer - an individual with paranormal abilities who has been trained to see over great distances - was asked to track his movements and pinpoint his location. This publication provides a further document of the project, featuring film stills, installation photographs, and other behind-the-scenes material.

Interview and discussion with Graham Gussin, Chris Darke and Steven Bode

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