Born out of a close collaboration between Danish artists Marie Lund (born 1976) and Frederik Worm (born 1991), this artist’s book expands the physical experience of the exhibition The Falling—staged at Kunstmuseum St.Gallen along with the work of Cally Spooner (born 1983) and Hans Josephsohn (1920–2012)—in print form. Lund invited Worm to document the exhibition, which he did through a series of photographs taken at different times over its duration. Lund’s sculptures incorporate materials such as found objects, metal, clay, textiles and concrete, creating shapes that deftly manipulate volume and texture. Responding to their presence, Worm’s suite of photographs takes the form of a kinetic trip through the works, favoring proximity and oblique perspectives, blurring the relation between the sculptures and the spaces they inhabit. The Falling is both an experience of the exhibition and a record of the artists’ intimate conversation through their respective mediums.