"EMERGENCE" par Cynthia MACADAMS. Editions Chelsea House, New York. 1977.
"EMERGENCE" par Cynthia MACADAMS. Editions Chelsea House, New York. 1977. Edition Originale. Petit in-4, couverture toilée noire sous jaquette photo (état d'usage). 120 pages. Texte en anglais, introduction par Kate Millett, illustré de 109 reproductions photographiques noir & blanc, pleine page, par Cynthia MacAdams et un portrait de la photographe par Aloma Ichinose Gruskoff.
"Each woman in Emergence has a particular viewpoint and reaction to life that manifests itself in her body. The body, according to the degree of awareness, radiates light. I've chosen these women because each one has a strong radiation of light from her forcefield. Each one emanates positivity and strength. They survive on their own will power. I believe that when they leave their bodies and go on, that what they've done will endure as commendable and ethical and pure. What I've seen in each of these women is a total commitment, be she actress, painter, sculptor or writer, each one has had a great deal of integrity and conviction. Some have received recognition. Some of them are unknowns. Some, everybody knows. But it really doesn't matter because we're so commercially brainwashed that we have to learn to rely on our own intuition. The women I've chosen matter to me. They're my teachers... Each one has nourished me and helped me to understand myself." Cynthia MacAdams, 1977.