A/S/N Mutual Press

FIELDWORK

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FIELDWORK is a collective artwork initiated, edited and produced by nine graduates of Art/Space/Nature, the interdisciplinary Master of Fine Art course at Edinburgh College of Art. It is the first publication of A/S/N Mutual Press, a new imprint based on a micro-savings association established by the group with the aim of co-producing future publications and projects. 

 

FIELDWORK gathers together a series of recent conversations with leading international artists who have visited Edinburgh in the last year, as well as anthropologists, landscape architects, and composers including Joseph Kosuth, Dan Peterman, Marc Camille Chaimowicz, Alan Johnston, Sanna Marander, Tim Ingold, Eelco Hooftman, and Martin Parker. Each interview reveals a complimentary vision of what it means to do fieldwork today, and the stimulating challenges of site-specific enquiry and practice. Art/Space/Nature is unique in that it offers postgraduate students the opportunity to engage with a wide range of locations from arctic Greenland and coastal Slovenia to urban Chicago, as well as numerous sites in rural and urban Scotland. 

 

FIELDWORK 128 pages; black & white illustrations, 32 page colour section; A5; edition of 1000 of which 100 are dated and numbered; original dustjackets printed on letterpress

 

Publication price £6

Limited edition (100) dated and numbered £10

 

 

Contributors: Jacob Bee, Ronald Boer, Marc Camille Chaimowicz, Clémentine Deliss, Valerie Dempsey, Erin Gleason, Florian Graf, Naomi Hennig, Eelco Hooftman, Tim Ingold, Alan Johnston, Joseph Kosuth, Melissa MacRobert, Julia Martin, Martin Parker, Dan Peterman and Christine Wylie

 

A/S/N Mutual Press: Jacob Bee, Ronald Boer, Valerie Dempsey, Erin Gleason, Florian Graf, Naomi Hennig, Melissa MacRobert, Julia Martin and Christine Wylie

 

Consulting Editor: Dr. Clémentine Deliss, Edinburgh College of Art

 

For more information, please contact Art/Space/Nature Mutual Press at: art.space.nature.mutualpress@googlemail.com

 

 

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