Attenti al Cane: Twentysix Dogs Found on Street View

photo of dog laying in a doorway
Lele Buonerba & Laurel Hauge (2019)
child walking a dog
Lele Buonerba & Laurel Hauge (2019)
dogs in google street view
Lele Buonerba & Laurel Hauge (2019)
cover of Attenti al Cane
Lele Buonerba & Laurel Hauge (2019)

Publisher: Have a Nice Day Press

Edition: 200

Year: 2019

Binding: Zine

Dimensions: 8.5 x 5.5 inches

Pages: 36

What does it mean to be in love with someone an ocean apart? How do you connect and create intimate space for yourselves when geography isn’t on your side? In a moment where technology is more often denounced as a wedge driving us further from one another, it can also be a bridge between two worlds, a space where we can be closer to those who are far. The work contained within Attenti al Cane is about that act and gesture, more than it is about the end product of an image. Attenti al Cane is an outstretched digital hand across the expanse that separates Laurel Hauge and Lele Buonerba. Within each image and page are the decisions they made in conjunction, not isolation. In the curation of each screen-capture of the twenty-six dogs found in this book is the relationship of those two and how they see the world within the framework of their trans-atlantic relationship. The dynamic, however, vastly differs from that of a penpal. Attenti al Cane is two lovers holding hands on an evening stroll, with the aid of Google, across the globe and through their longing to be side by side.

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