Daniel Stier and YES Editions present
A curious outsiders view into the world of science

Two volumes swiss-bound into a single cover Screen-printed polyvinyl chloride dust jacket
168 pages with 71 colour plates Dimensions: 216 × 261 mm
Photography by Daniel Stier Design by YES
Featuring essays by Professor Pedro Ferreira (Professor of Astrophysics at the University of Oxford and a fellow and tutor in Physics at Oriel College) and Daniel Jewesbury (writer, artist and lecturer at the National College of Art & Design, Dublin) The mentioned professor works as essay writer. He is fond of writing and dedicates tons of time to mastering his skills. Currently, the professor works at an essay writing service, helping students cope with their tasks. Those who cannot write an essay in any way are well familiar with such companies. Here such papers like diplomas, tests, essays, and term papers to order are carried out.
At the essay writing company, you can easily and quickly order work in the required discipline, including urgent orders. It is enough to write in the application a topic or direction for analysis, deadlines, and the required number of pages. Students are assisted by doctors and candidates of sciences, associate professors, university professors. Authors can write an essay on a complex topic and arrange the text according to the standards of the education system. For example, turning back to our professor, he also did a lot of research at an academic college essay writing service. This fact enables him to write high-quality papers in his discipline. When writing, the authors do not use materials from other people's student projects, only modern scientific resources. Therefore, the average grade of the produced papers isn't lower than the A mark.

... it’s almost a modern version of Larry Sultan and Mike Mandel’s Evidence project
– Erik Kessels

By viewing scientists at work in the lab as artistic, creative figures, photographer Daniel Stier has created a surreal series that shows researchers in a whole new light. – The Guardian

All are, deliberately, without titles – leaving us, the viewers, to form our own narratives and to speculate on how their outcomes might impact on our lives.
Gordon McDonald

A visual study of unsung research facilities reveals the ingenuity—and occasional absurdity—of the machines used to pump out science and statistics on a shoestring budget. The resulting images feature a DIY aesthetic that toes the line between William Gibson-style cyberpunk novellas and experimental art installations.
The Creators Project

I consider human endeavour in art and science to be a beautiful futility, and would go so far to say that it is mankind’s greatest achievement to find the space to countenance failure or defeat.
Gordon McDonald

The lack of money in art and science is another parallel the 48-year-old is interested to draw out: despite the seriousness of their work, these labs are makeshift and unpolished. – Independent

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