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#13954

Dear Nature

Artist
John Newling
Date
2018
Publisher
Beam Editions
Format
Artists' Books
ISBN
978-1-9164200-3-8
Size
25.6 × 19.5 cm
Length
168 pp
Description

In 2018 artist John Newling spent 81 consecutive days writing letters to Nature. The letters echo the sentiment of a series of letters to a loved one but with a voice of humanity attempting to come to terms with its relationship to nature.

The letters take you on a journey through the history of agriculture, economics, religion and capitalism to the present day. Newling describes the values that have underpinned human endeavour and shaped our world.

Hardcover, cloth-bound, colour.

  1. Dear Nature
 

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