Text by Natascha Libbert
205 x 300 mm
I Went Looking for a Ship is a navigation through the landscape of shipping, following the major renovation of the sea lock in IJmuiden, the most important access to the port of Amsterdam.
About the artist
Natascha Libbert (1973) lives and works in Amsterdam, Netherlands. After working for several years as an account manager at ad agency (FHV/BBDO), she decided to become a part-time flight attendant in order to go back to school and did this from 2002-2012. She studied photography at the Royal Academy of Arts (KABK) and graduated there in June 2009. In 2014, having worked at several communications departments at KLM, she became a full time freelance photographer after all.
About the publisher
The Eriskay Connection is a Dutch book design studio and an independent publisher of art books. We focus on contemporary storytelling at the intersection of photography, research and writing. In close collaboration with authors, we create autonomous books that provide us with new and necessary insights into the world around us. It is important for us to convey what makes a story unique through high-quality editing, design and production. Our publications are mainly offset printed and bound in the Netherlands and we strive to work as much as possible with local producers and sustainable materials.