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WILD PANSY PRESS NEW PUBLICATIONS :


A Pictorial Glossary of Rhetoric


Published July 1st 2021 by the Wild Pansy Press,
190x190mm 54 pages wire bound.

Text and images © Simon Lewandowski 2021
All rights reserved

ISBN978-1-900687-82-9



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Imaginary Landscapes
by Andrea Thoma


This artist’s book is based on a project that was made during the first Covid- 19 lockdown. It involves a series of photographic images allowing us to travel in our mind to places we might remember, imagine or long for. The arrangement of textiles into landscape settings required its own rationale where the diversity and richness of fabrics inspired ideas of location and open space.

The photographs were taken with a smartphone over a period of four weeks from early May to early June 2020. For more images click here.

Hardcover, dust Jacket, linen bound, 40 pages.
Price for each book: £ 38 + p&p


Imaginary Landscapes




Andrea Thoma is an artist/researcher and lecturer at the University of Leeds and member of the creative practice-led research network Land2.

https://ahc.leeds.ac.uk/design/staff/483/dr-andrea-thoma
https://andreathoma.com/

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Spatial Listening is a collection of text scores that are concerned with sounding and listening with and through the acoustic properties of architectural spaces. These scores may be thought of as methodologies for sonically knowing and understanding the built environment. They may be practiced in multiple contexts: as workshops, as performances, or as sonic meditations on the built environment. The collection is presented here as a workbook that contains an introductory essay, as well as a series of preparatory exercises and activations.

Spatial Listening is published by the Wild Pansy Press on the occasion of Alternate Languages: Confronting Boundaries, Royal Academy of Arts, London, Saturday 16 March 2019

Find out more about and buy Spatial Listening

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This is a link to Hello World, an international project set up by Transcultural Exchange where artists throughout the world have submitted art works to share . We hope you enjoy this gesture of goodwill and solidarity from our colleagues around the globe.

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