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The most prominent characteristic of Lele Saveri’s Luna #21 is its experimental formatting, which is surprisingly effective at disorienting the reader and the conventional processing of sequential print media. One stable secures about half of Luna #21 to the top right corner of its cover; this format makes it challenging to find a way to flip the pages that does not harm the binding, but will allow the viewer to see everything available. In addition, the photographs used are collaged in a disjointed grid format, which further enunciates Saveri’s manipulation of form in order to achieve a certain level of curational power over the experience of his viewers.
Despite these decisions to obscure, there is a consistent emptiness and specificity to Saveri’s eye, which, when used to stack photos of similar quality and light, can read quite positively and formulate a fairly cohesive narrative.