The book displays the series, Reality of Youth Going Backwards in Vain, a self-portraiture project made in response to a phase where the photographer could only think about the meaning of life and that life is made up of 7 stages.
The project visualises the 7 stages and the photographer’s own potential past, present and future by making herself the protagonist within the photographs. By following the colours of the rainbow and a numerical pattern, this signifies the importance of the number seven within this theory and her own personal connection with it.
The book’s cover is available in each of the 7 colours used within the series.
The book also has an essay by Joanna L. Cresswell.