BOOK: MOSSES AND MARSHES
Find out more about MOSSES AND MARSHES, the book
Northern hemisphere customers: Andrew Howe is selling Mosses and Marshes through his online shop. Southern hemisphere customers are welcome to purchase from Kim, but if you’re outside Australia please email her for a shipping quote and alternative payment method.
The $35 pricing is for postage within Australia only. A small number of books are also still available for local purchase from Dubbo West Post Office for $25. Books may also be purchased from M16 Artspace, Griffith ACT between 15 April – 1 May, or from Outback Arts Creative Arts Space, Coonamble NSW from 9 May – 3 June during the MOSSES AND MARSHES exhibitions (pricing may differ depending on commission).
MOSSES AND MARSHES
Signed, limited edition publication By Andrew Howe and Kim V. Goldsmith ISBN: 0645294608, 9780645294606 Mosses and Marshes documents a collaborative social ecology project led by environmental artists Andrew Howe (UK) and Kim V. Goldsmith (Australia) in two Ramsar-listed wetlands in the UK and Australia, over a three year period from 2019-2021. It introduces and expands on themes that manifested in a series of artworks and online presentations under the title of Mosses and Marshes, as well as bringing together different voices from within the project team and wetland communities. The artists have raised questions and invited debate about the future of the wetland landscapes and ecologies through a series of provocations in their writings and essays from exhibition curators, scientists, land managers, and cultural specialists. $35 includes postage within Australia. Please contact Kim for a shipping quote and alternative payment options if you’re outside Australia.
Find out more about CORVUS, the zine, and the Eye of the Corvus project.
CORVUS is a limited edition (30), artist-signed, 24-page A4 full-colour zine printed on recycled paper, documenting Kim V. Goldsmith’s Eye of the Corvus: Messenger of Truth project (2018-2021) and the landscapes of regional NSW during drought, and rural Iceland. Limited copies remain. A$20 includes postage (within Australia) and a copy of the Western Plains Cultural Centre exhibition catalogue.
20-30% (depending on the product) of Redbubble sales support ecoPULSE projects. Products include the following items: face masks (triple-layered, cotton, adjustable), caps, t-shirts, bags, desk mats, and more.