Project by: Publishing Class
Designer: Ronja Andersen, Josse Pyl, Nerijus Rimkus
Format: 240 x 170 mm mm
Price: € 25,00
In a time when the earth has been mined to a point of no return and the commons are more and more enclosed, this artists’ book questions, offers tools and ponders the possible entanglements of art and agriculture, land, (agro-)ecology, rural knowledges, commoning practices and forms of resistance.
The INLAND Volume brings together 20 artistic contributions on these themes; a map of rural art initiatives in China that will grow in time, a grafting manual in which we follow the capable hands of a Greek farmer, a Facebook message thread about the role of women in the Kurdish countryside, a retrospective announcement of an eco-feminism reading group and a conversation about Goethean science, among many more unearthings of situated knowledge.