Sinkholes of Florida

As a photographer who frequently returns to Florida's natural springs, Saunders' work engages both the environmental precarity and history of kitschy tourism surrounding the state's once-pristine aquifers. She has interviewed local historians and retired mermaids and pored over dense water quality studies. In her riso-printed photobook, Sinkholes of Florida, Saunders distills this body of work into a deadpan collection of found images which oscillate between humor and dread.

Cover design and binding by Erik Pedersen at Drum Machine Editions. Printed through Woolly Press in Asheville, North Carolina.

PUBLICATION DATE: 19 December 2020
PAGES: 16
DIMENSIONS: 4.5”x9”
PROCESS: Risography
EDITION SIZE: 100

100% of the artist’s profit from this book is donated to 1000 Friends of Florida, a nonprofit dedicated to saving special places and building better communities across the state, including protecting Florida’s aquifers.