All I Remember of Earth is a book of abstract photography which tells a surreal sci-fi story about a multi-generational colony starship beginning to lose its way.

It's available from amazon.

All I remember of Earth
is the sight of the pure white sun
in a perfect cloudless sky.

This project was inspired by Max Ernst's graphic novel La Femme 100 Tetes. I wanted to do something similar, but using abstract photography instead of collage. Using this technique, I imagined a sequel to Yevgeny Zamyatin's 1921 dystopian novel We, in which the launch of the Integral goes off without any problem, but the mission to bring their mathematically perfect totalitarian state to the rest of the universe quickly begins to fall apart.

You can read it online here.

Dave Fischer - text & photos
Stanley Gemmell - Engineer
Ken Badgley - Farmer
Amie Wiencke - Primitivist
Aerica DiPonzio - Pianist
JD Fontanella - Chainmail