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Caleb Cain Marcus’s Goddess Investigates the Seen and Unseen Along the Ganges

November 27, 2015

By Conor Risch

© Caleb Cain Marcus

An image from Caleb Cain Marcus’s new book Goddess, which explores, through photographs of the land and people surrounding India’s Ganges River, how we experience physical space.

Why is it that some places feel different than others? Are we simply reacting to what we see and hear around us? Or does the space—the air—carry something we can’t detect, something we don’t even think to search for? In his new book, Goddess, published this fall by Damiani, Caleb Cain Marcus uses photography to question how we experience space...

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