Nothing That Falls Away


Nothing That Falls Away


by Meg Griffiths and Eliot Dudik

Date:  2018
Edition: 250
Size: 7.5 x 9.25 inches
51 Color Photographs
Japanese Cloth Covered Hardcover
ISBN: 978-0-9903321-8-3
Zatara Press

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In Nothing That Falls Away photographers Meg Griffiths and Eliot Dudik present a collaborative series of color photographs representing a psychological and physical exploration of the landscape traveling across Highway 50, a two-lane road which bisects the state of Nevada.

Established along The Pony Express and coined in 1986 by Life magazine as “The Loneliest Road in America,” Highway 50 is known for traversing a desolate and sparsely populated stretch of seemingly barren country.

Along this road, Griffiths and Dudik explore love and loss, longing and wanderlust—those spaces we inhabit where things are often unclear.  Through imagery and poetic prose, they poignantly direct our attention to the complication of personal relationships, the yearning for connection and the desire for autonomy at a moment of intersection in their individual lives.