The Moor - Book

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The Moor - Book

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The Moor was published by Another Place Press and launched at the Martin Parr Foundation in December 2018. The Moor has now sold out at Another Place Press and I have a limited number of signed copies available.

The Moor depicts a fictionalised dystopian future situated on the bleak moorland landscapes of Dartmoor. Drawing on childhood memories of Dartmoor alongside influences from contemporary culture, the narrative references local and universal mythology to give context but suggests something altogether more unknown. The realisation of this dystopian future is specifically in response to a perceived uncertainty of life in the modern world and a growing disengagement with humanitarian ideals. The Moor portrays an eerie world that shifts between large open vistas, dark forests, makeshift dwellings, uncanny visions and isolated figures.

54 pp / 235 x 190mm 
Includes 3 foldout spreads 
Softcover, threadsown 
Fedrigoni & GF Smith papers: 
350gsm Colorplan cover 
170gsm Uncoated text 
Edition TBC 
APP025 
ISBN 978-1-9996077-4-6

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