7 AM [Our Recently Acquired Knowledge] : book and vinyl

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7 AM is the result of the photographic works by Tereza Kozinc and Klavdij Sluban featuring the music release Our Recently Acquired Knowledge by Observatories (Ian Hawgood & Craig Tattersall) initiated by IIKKI, between July 2022 and December 2022. 

This bundle includes a book, a vinyl and a digital download code for the complete music release


The book is limited to 700 copies 

128 pages Hardcover book

Includes 72  photos printed on Arena Natural Smooth 140g/m2

Swiss binding, logo embossed, cutting circle on the front cover, fonts hot stamping

Hand numbered and hand stamped

16 x 20cm

Published by I I K K I  in 2023



Photography: Teresa Kozinc and Klavdij Sluban

Tereza Kozinc (Born in Slovenia / Yugoslavia in 1985) is a photographer and photo editor. In 2011 she finished her studies at the Institute and Academy for Multimedia in Ljubljana. She has been changing places from Ljubljana to Greece for nearly a decade and after to Paris - for a quest of a home while on the other side she was always urged by the necessity to move. This is also the main focus she explores in her work, the question of her home, geographically as well as emotionally.

Klavdij SLUBAN is a French photographer of Slovenian origin, born in Paris on 3.3.63. He is the winner of the EPAP prize, European Publishers Award for Photography 2009, with publication of the book "Transsibériades" simultaneously in six European countries, the Leica prize (2004) and the Niépce prize (2000).


The vinyl is limited  to 300 copies 

Hand numbered, selective UV varnish

Mastered by Ian Hawgood.

Cutting Lacquer, 12''clear vinyl, mat laminated outer sleeve on 300gm paper, white inner


Music: Observatories (Ian Hawgood and Craig Tattersall)


Digital download code for the complete music release is included


Observatories is a collaborative music project by Ian Hawgood and Craig Tattersall. This is their second opus together after their first release on IIKKI in March 2021


Born in the United Kingdom, Ian Hawgood spent most of his adult life living in Japan, Italy and Poland. Currently he calls Peacehaven (on the south coast, near Brighton) his home. Since 2009, he’s well-known with his work as the curator of the Home Normal label. He makes music using an array of reel-to-reel and tape machines in his studio by the sea, where he also master works for many labels and artists alike. You could often catch him on the coast with his faithful Nagra recorder, hydrophone and field microphones. These days his focus of music is on decayed ambient works using old synths and reels mostly, alongside his childhood piano.

Craig Tattersall is a former member of The Remote Viewer and Famous Boyfriend bandmate Andrew Johnson. Tattersall's music can be found these days more often under his alias The Humble Bee; as a founder member of The Boats; and in his collaborative works with the likes of Bill Seaman in The Seaman And The Tattered Sail. He has run the wonderful label Cotton Goods from 2008 to 2015 and since 2009 he has recorded 15 solo albums on his moniker The Humble Bee and almost the same under his name on some collaborations.



I I K K I  is a french edition project which is the result of a dialog between a visual artist and a music artist. Each publishing works in two physical imprints: a fine art book and a vinyl or CD.

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7 AM [Our Recently Acquired Knowledge] : book and vinyl

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