Brigham Bakers first artists’ book 'Only Apples' includes what the title suggests: Nothing more than apples. It shows analogue close-up photos of apples as they ripen, hanging from the tree and slowly rot. The long-term study has resulted in an intimate, autobiographically coloured work that deals with time, change, and transience. In the process, echoes of classic vanitas still lifes are evoked and at the same time constantly undermined. The photographic works are supplemented by a short story written by the artist.